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Friday, September 5, 2014

Tap Tap Vs Madan Sara, A Tribute to Madan Sara, Haitian Market Women, Street Vendors, Female Haitian Sellers and Vendors, Commerçants Transporteurs

Who are the Madan Saras? Madan Saras are female Haitian merchants, street vendors who are the principal accumulators, movers, and distributors of domestic produce in Haiti. They are the link between the rural peasant farmers and the city dwellers. They bring the farmers' harvest to the local market. They walk long distance while carrying the produce on their head, donkeys, horses, mules, wheelbarrow, buses, trucks etc. They are the drivers and backbone of the informal Haitian economy.

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Below are kalbas gourds / calabash. We make utensils with them. We call them "kwi."

Tap Tap, Madan Sara ak Plezi Ete an Ayiti - Tap Tap, Madam Sara and Summer Pleasures of Haiti (A new ebook available on Amazon.com) (A new ebook available on Amazon.com. Purchase your copy right on Amazon.com now!)

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"Tap Tap, Madan Sara ak Plezi Ete an Ayiti – Tap Tap, Madam Sara and Summer Pleasures of Haiti" is a book for everyone who has experienced the colorful and amazing beauty of Haiti. In this ebook, authors Joseph J. Charles and Jean Baptiste Laferriere present a list of activities that build ultimate memories of spending summer in Haiti: Pran Woulib sou Tap Tap, Bwè Kafe ak Chokola; Manje Griyo; Manje Anana; Bwè Ji Grenadin, Kachiman, Kenèp, Zabriko, Chadèk, Kowozòl, Grenad, Grenadya, Gwayav, Labapen, Papay, Pòm Kajou, Rezen, Sapoti, Mango, Zanmann, Zaboka, Seriz, Monte Kamyon, Rakonte Istwa, Keyi Kalbas ak Kayimit, Ale sou Plaj ak Rivyè, Bat Kòk nan Gagè/Gadyè. (Translated: Taking a Tap Tap Ride, Drinking Coffee and Chocolate; Eating fried pork; Eating Pineapple, Drinking Passion Fruit Juice, Custar Apple, Quenettes, Apricot, Grapefruit, Soursoup, Pomegrenade/Grenada, Guava, Breadfruit/Sugar Apple, Papaya, Cashew, Sea Grapes, Mamey, Mango, Almond, Avocado, Cherry; Climbing Dump Trucks; Telling Stories; Picking Calebasse/calabash and Star Apple; Going to the Beach and Rivers; Cockfighting in the Gallera Gallodrome Rink.)

Riding a Tap Tap to Petionville, Nazon, Delmas, and Carrefour is one of the best summer pleasures of Haiti. Then, buying fresh fruits, seafood, and vegetables from Madan Sara who work so hard to bring them from the rural provinces is unforgettable.

Sunday, August 4, 2013

English - Haitian Creole Dictionary PDF - Useful Expressions-Pronunciation-Question Words-Articles-12345 A to Z English to Creole Dictionary - Endetwakatsenk A to Z English to Creole Dictionary

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English - Haitian Creole Dictionary PDF - Useful Expressions-Pronunciation-Question Words-Articles-12345 A to Z English to Creole Dictionary - Endetwakatsenk A to Z English to Creole Dictionary" by Carlton Kramka, Canado St. Louis, and Kevin Levin

"English - Haitian Creole Dictionary / Useful Expressions, Question Words, Vocabulary, Grammar etc 12345 A to Z English to Creole Dictionary" allows you to look up Haitian Creole words from Creole to English. Carlton Kramka, Canado St. Louis and Kevin Levin used their linguistic knowledge to prepare this tool for anybody who is interested in learning the Haitian language. This basic dictionary will help missionaries on a short-term visit to the country. It will help Haitian American children who were born overseas. This lexicon can help any tourists, students, NGO workers, and business people who are traveling to the country. You can also get a PDF copy at haitiancreolemp3.libsyn.com

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Koute Kreyol - Listen to Haitian Creole - Free Lesson Audio. The above audio contains this text.

Epis Ayisyen - Haitian Spices

Epis Kreyòl – Creole Spices

1. Pèsi – Parsley

2. Ten - Thyme

3. Jiraf – Cloves

4. Gwo powo – Leeks

5. Powo – Scallions

6. Seleri – Celery

7. Zonyon – Onion

8. Echalòt – Chalote

9. Zoranj si – Sour Orange

10. Sitwon – Lime

11. Piman bouk – Habanero Pepper

12. Magi – Chicken Bouillon

13. Piman Dous – Bell Pepper

14. Sèl – Salt

15. Pwav – Pepper

16. Sitwonèl – Citronella

17. Lay – Garlic

18. Mant – Spearmint

19. Anis – Star Anise

20. Tibonm – Mint

21. Kanèl – Cinnamon

22. Miska – Nutmeg

23. Jenjanm – Ginger

24. Safran – Saffron

25. Siwo Myèl – Honey

26. Siwo kann – Molasses

27. Avwàn - oatmeal

28. Militon – chayote / squash

29. Sik - Sugar

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Kouman yo prepare pwason – How do they prepare fish

Pou fè manje ak pwason, ou bezwen sizonnen pwason an avèk lay (garlic), pèsi (parsley), zonyon vèt (green onions), sèl (salt), yon ti kiyè lwil oliv (a T spoon of olive oil), mwatye yon tikyè ji sitwon (half a tsp of lime juice), piman pike (hot pepper). Kòmanse manje bannann ak pwason!

Gade byen: Pwason pa pwazon (Fish is not poison).

Ki jan yo prepare bannann an Ayiti? Fri bannann pou ou ka manje-l avèk pwason (Fry plantain so you can eat it with fish). Ayisyen rele sa bannann ak pwason! (Haitians call that plantain with fish).

Achte yon sak grenn bannann vèt nan mache a (Buy a bag of green plantain at the market)

Retire po bannann yo – Peel the plantains

Koupe bannann yo pa tibout won – Cut the plantains by little round sections. (Note that the smaller the pieces of plantains, the crispier the plantain will get!)

Chofe lwil ou. Kou lwil la byen cho, mete ti bout bannann yo nan chodyè a (Heat up your oil. As soon as the oil is very hot, drop the pieces of plantain into the cooking pan)

Itilize yon pèz bannann pou peze tibout banann yo (Use a pèz bannann (squeezer) to flatten the platains).

Bouyi grenn bannann yo tankou yo bouyi patat (boil the plantain the way they boil potatoes)

Kisa akasan ye?

Akasan se yon bwason Ayisyen. Li fèt avèk mayi moulen (corn flour), lèt (milk), anis (star anise), kanèl (cinnamon), epi sik (sugar). Ou bouyi-l jiskaske li pare pou bwè.

Friday, April 26, 2013

Listen to Free Creole Exam from the 2013 Creole Workbook

<p>In the 2013 Creole Workbook, you will listen to three sets of exams.  You will listen to parts 1, 2, and 3.  You will get familiar with the Haitian Creole definite and indefinite article.  If you go to http://sakpaselearnhaitiancreole.blogspot.com you will review the rules and the various forms of the definite article. 

<p>This set of exercises will provide you with the opportunity to familiarize the structure and sounds of Haitian Creole. 

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Required Reading on Brazil Before 2014 Soccer World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games: Bruno Ferreira and Moreira Ferrero's Ebook on Kiss Nightclub Fire, 2013

Required Reading on Brazil Before 2014 Soccer World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games: Bruno Ferreira and Moreira Ferrero's Ebook on Kiss Nightclub Fire, 2013

"2013 Kiss Nightclub Fire in the Land of the Future – Fogo em Boate Kiss 2013, Terra de Futuro" is an ebook about the brutal tragedy occurring at Kiss Nightclub located in Santa Maria, a University town. Authors Bruno Ferreira and Moreira C. J. Ferrero give you an eye-witness account of the blaze inferno taking place in the early hours of January 27, 2013. Students and young professionals are back from their Summer vacation. As common in Brazil, throwing a huge party is the name of the game for all self-respecting and socially connected young individuals. Thousands of beautiful young men and women crwod Kiss Nightclub where a band was playing great music. When the members of the band had a mishap with the pyrotechnic display, all hell broke loose. General panic! Bedlam! Stampede and Trampling were the last attempts to exit the security-protected establishment. Authors Bruno Ferreira and Moreira C. J. Ferrero write about hope, the pain in the parents and friends' faces in the land of the future. Yet, in the background, life must go on. The carnival season is just around the corner. FIFA and IOC still believe that Brazil can organize the 2014 soccer world cup. No time to doubt the organizational powers of this gigantic South American land of dreams. Brazil is mourning her losses, but the show must go on. Watch Videos of Kiss Fire at http://frenchlessonpodcast.libsyn.com and http://haitiancreolemp3.libsyn.com

Authors Bruno Ferreira and Moreira Ferrero summarize as follows:

"When rescuers and the authorities were finally able to enter the club, they witnessed a scene of desperation and complete chaos as more and more bodies were discovered in the restrooms. Brazil’s Globo opined that the revelers were looking for a way out. There were bodies that went all the way to the back of the club. The fire turned the nightclub into a deathtrap for all of these concertgoers. Many died of asphyxiation as toxic gases and smoke overwhelmed the trapped partygoers.

One thing is clear. Improvised pyrotechnic performances inside nightclubs should be banned. That’s the common thread between all those tragedies and losses of human lives. Pyrotechnics display has no place inside a nightclub. Concerts organized en plein air are other things.

President Dilma Roussef wants to know what went wrong and how to prevent such future tragedies. She is giving the full support of the Federal government. She spent a major part of her life in Rio Grande do Sul, the southern part of Brazil. Brazilian officials have already started to investigate the causes of that deadly fire. They want to know whether the fire sprinklers were working. They want to know whether the security guards truly impeded the public’s exit in case of emergency. According to Globo, the nightclub’s permit verifying health and safety standards was expired months ago. Authorities will also have to review how they go about the enforcement of safety standards in the whole country. As the world’s eyes are on Brazil from now on due to the upcoming world cup and Olympic games, they may have to take a deeper look at those standards and practices again. The world’s best athletes will be in most Brazilian buildings, stadiums, and hotels.

Incendie Meurtrier de la discothèque Kiss au Brésil – Fatal Blaze at Kiss Nightclub in Brazil – Incendio Mortal en la discoteca Kiss de Brasil

Now it is time to march and ask for justice for their loved ones. Wearing white, Brazilians walk the streets of Santa Maria to ask that such nightclubs be more regulated."

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Free Listening to Creole Audio, Free Downloads of Creole Audio

Free Random Audio of Creole Lesson Episodes:

Storytelling: 2 Haitian Tales - 2 Kont Ayisyen

Haitian Foods - Manje Ayisyen

Thanksgiving Meals Audio

Free Sample Download of Haitian Creole CD


Introduction to Haitian Creole

Questions and Greetings in Creole - How are you? Kijan ou ye?

Haitian Creole Expressions

Audio for Body Parts in Creole

Popular Haitian Creole Expressions: Sa-k Pase? N-ap Boule….etc.

Listen to Creole audio

Listen to Kids’ Kreyol - Koute Kreyol pou Timoun

Review of Creole Nasal and Non-nasal Vowels

The Clothes We Wear:

New Year’s Eve Celebrations - Reveyon

Basic Creole Grammar Rules:

How do you say…..in Creole? Kouman nou di…. an Kreyol?

Spanish / Creole Lessons: Del Creole al Espanol

El Bicentenario de Mexico - Bisantne Meksiko

El habito de mascar goma en los Estados Unidos

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List of Free Direct Downloads of Haitian Creole Episodes

Welcome to Haitian Creole in no Time Podcast Intro

Listen to Lesson #1: Greetings

Listen to Lesson #2: Bilingual questions 3 languages

Listen to Lesson #3: Creole episodes

Listen to Lesson #4

Listen to lesson #5

Listen to Lesson #6: Body parts

Listen to additional Lesson #6: Sa-k Pase? N-ap Boule

Listen to Lesson #7: Popular and Useful Creole/English Expressions

Listen to Dodo Tipitit, Popular Haitian lullaby

Listen to Lesson #8: News, Nouvel, Noticias

Listen to Lesson #9: Kreyol Pou Timoun Audio Sample

Listen to Lesson #10: Review of nasal and non-nasal vowels

Listen to Lesson #11: Creole Lesson for President and First Lady

Listen to Lesson / Leccion #12 - Creol en Espanol Gratis: Que Tal? Sa-k Pase…..

Listen to Lesson / Leccion #13 - Extracto Gratuito del Manual ‘Que Tal? - Sa-k Pase?

Listen to Lesson / Leccion #14 - Kreyol por Espanol

Listen to Lesson #15: Additional List of Haitian Creole expressions, phrases, and greetings

Listen to Lesson / Leccion #15 - Kreyol por Espanol, Del Creole al Espanol

Listen to Lesson #16 - Seasonal Clothes We Wear…

Listen to Lesson #16 - Popular Haitian Children’s Songs and Church Hymns

Listen to Lesson / leccion #17: Creole por Espanol - to like, to love, renmen, querer, gustar

Listen to Lesson #18: Listen to a sample of Acappella Songs of Hope

Listen to Lesson #19: Listen to Creole Verbs and Tense Markers

Lesson #20: Sing / Chante / Canten con nosotros - Debout Sainte Cohorte..

Listen to Lesson #21: Faith Builds Haitian Resilience - Sing / Chante / Canten con nosotros - Chantons du Sauveur

Listen to Lesson #22: Free Downloads of ‘Ann Pale Yon Ti Kreyol - Let’s Speak a Little Creole’

Listen to Lesson / Leccion #23 - Listen to ‘El Bicentenario de Mexico - Bisantne

Listen to Lesson #23 - Sing / Chante / Canten con nosotros - Ne Crains Rien, Je t’aime…

Listen to Lesson #24 - Listen to the free sample of ‘Sa-k Pase? N-ap Boule Textbook, pages 7-12

Listen to Lesson #25 - Sing / Chante / Canten con nosotros - Quelle Assurance Je suis sauve..

Listen to Lesson #26 - Listen to free Downloads of ‘Quick Haitian Creole Grammar Reference’ Textbook

Listen to Lesson #27 - Listen to ‘Tools and Supplies Vocabulary’

Listen to Lesson #28 - Listen to ‘Free Haitian Creole Download of Foods, Spices, and Fruit etc

Listen to Lesson #29 - Listen to ‘New Year’s Eve / Alavey Nouvel Ane..

Listen to Lesson #30 - Listen to Review of Basic Creole Grammar Rules, Pronunciation…

Listen to Lesson #31 - How Do You Say … in Creole: Haitian Holiday Celebrations

Listen to Lesson / Leccion #32 - Kreyol por Espanol - El Habito de Mascar Goma - Koutim Manje Chiklet…

Listen to Lesson #33 - Listen to Word Market Carnival…

Listen to Lesson #34 - Listen to Haitian Creole CD

Listen to #35 -Listen to Krik! Krak! Haitian Tales / Kont Ayisyen

Listen to Lesson / Leccion #36 - Como Criar a un Bebe… en Creole

Listen to Lesson #37 - Vwala Se Te Yon Fwa / Once Upon a Time…Haitian Tales / Kont Ayisyen

Listen to Lesson #38 - Free excerpts of ‘Quick Haitian Creole Grammar Reference’

Listen to Lesson #39 - Free Excerpts of ‘Quick Haitian Creole Grammar Reference’ Dialogue Pages 180-186

Listen to Lesson #40 - Listen to story ‘The Godfather’s Mercy - Parenn, Pran Pitye…

Listen to Lesson / Leccion #41 - Lista Gratuita de Verbos y Expresiones de Creole

Listen to Lesson #42 - Free excerpt of ‘Sa-k Pase? N-ap Boule Textbook’ - Chapter 1

Listen to Lesson #43 - Free excerpt of ‘Sa-k Pase? N-ap Boule Textbook’ - Chapter 2

Listen to Lesson #44 - Free Excerpt of ‘Sa-k Pase? N-ap Boule Textbook’ - Chapter 3



Sunday, December 16, 2012

Alo! Hola! Hello! Los Verbos y Las Palabras Para Aprender el Creole Haitiano: Written in Spanish and English

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“Alo! - Hola! - Hello!: Los Verbos y Las Palabras Para Aprender El Creole Haitiano” Este libro fue escrto en Espaňol e Inglés para los que quieren aprender el Creole Haitiano. Fue preparado por Sr. Joseph J. Charles, escritor de “Learn Haitian Creole in one Week – Aprendan el Creole Haitiano Dentro de una Semana… y “¿Que Tal? - Sak Pase? / N-ap Boule! - Bien! What's Up? / We Are Doing Well!

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Saturday, December 15, 2012

Idiomas y Culturas Fronterizos: Las Palabras y los Verbos de Creole

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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Listen for Free to Carline's Story "Fear and Prayer in Chaotic Times..."

Listen to the eye-witness audio story of 11-year-old Carline "Fear and Prayer in Chaotic Times: I saw my mother pulling Jesus down to her from heaven." Part of this story was first serialized on twitter.com/hashtag/twitterfiction. It is the first twitterbook story to be published on AmazonKindle. Not only can you listen to it here but you can also purchase the accompanying text from Kindle. For those of you who did not about the recent fiction festival that was held by Twitter. Writers were selected from many countries of the world. From November 28 to December 2, 2012, each one of them was presenting their story on twitter. The public was also invited to submit their own story. I joined in as a member of the general public with Carline's story.

"Fear and Prayer in Chaotic Times..." is now available on Amazon Kindle. Purchase a copy to follow the reading. It has become part of our 'English and Haitian Creole Reading Series.'

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Saturday, November 24, 2012

"The Long Lost Garden of Eden," New Edition of Popular Poetry Book Now Available on Kindle

The re-release of two new books of poetry for your Kindle:

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"California Blooms, Blossoms, and Harvest Delights: Golden Vignettes From Big Sur, Pacific Coast Highway, California Scenic Highway 1 to Yosemite and Highway 99" is a book of poetry that focuses on the diversity of the people, the beauty of the land, bounty of agricultural products, entertainment industry, Pacific Coast beaches, and natural infrastructures and resources such as Big Sur, Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Scenic Highway 1, San Francisco Bridge etc. These poems compel you to meditate on all the common things that tend to show our interdependence and sameness. Poems such as 'Abrahamic Promise,' 'Bridges of California,' 'Autumn's Bare Limbs,' 'Cry Over Manzanar,' 'Pastoral Delights,' 'Freeway and Highway Crosses,' 'Harvesting Delights and Fall Transition,' 'Open Range...,' 'Roosting Marvels, Roosting Headache,' 'Tamales for the Holidays' are among those that will strike a personal chord with most of you.

California Blooms, Blossoms, and Harvest Delights: Golden Vignettes From Big Sur, Pacific Coast Highway, California Scenic Highway 1 to Yosemite and Highway 99

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This book is an eclectic collection of poems and short essays on California's people and landscape, wine, beach and car culture. Wordsworth summarizes my poetic affinity, "Poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings; it takes its origin from emotion recollected in tranquility." California Blooms, Blossoms, and Harvest Delights deals with this expansive, rich and fertile landscape in a way that readers will quickly recognize the important landmarks, features and attributes of the Golden state. It pinpoints areas of appreciation and highlights important cultural contributions and activities of the various ethnic and minority groups forming this new frontier, Central California. "Our hills and farmland are blooming with new houses and commercial buildings bordering fields of grazing cows." This is an uplifting and thought-provoking work.

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The Long Lost Garden of Eden is a tribute to the fruit growers of the Central Valley of California and all other agriculture-derived industries. Mr. Charles remains true to his upbringing deeply rooted in agribusiness. This book is the result of his keen observations and 12-year research into what makes the San Joaquin Valley one of the most fertile lands in the country. His poems will give you a glimpse of the Central Valley's diversity. His research has culminated into the realization that the Central Valley of California, locked between Southern and Northern California, is the fruit basket of the world. This collection will engage your mind and soul. It will provoke deep reflection that will lead to enlightenment, positive attitude and spiritual renewal. The themes of these poems are universal. Artistic appreciation, hope, beauty, love, loss, hard work, self-improvement, despair, migration, and drought are all themes anybody can relate to, irrelevant of their origins and taste.

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Author's Notes: Mr. Charles is the sole author of "The Long Lost Garden of Eden."He knows nothing about this guy named 'Brendan Conlee' who has published the book as a paperback on many online sites including ebay.com, amazon.com, abebooks.com, bookfinder.com, shopping.com, barnesandnoble.com, allbookstores.com, dealtime.com, abebooks.co.uk, chegg.com, bestsellingbooks.biz, bookbyte.com, swap.com, tower.com, biggerbooks.com. If and when you buy a copy of this book published by or associated with 'Brendan Conlee,' you are just supporting a plagiarist. Mr. Charles has not received a response from the previous publisher, PublishAmerica.com, which certifies that the book has been out of print since December 27, 2009 due to the expiration of the contract. Despite this aggressive marketing of the book published on all the above sites, Mr. Charles has not received any royalties. It is fair to suggest that 'Brendan Conlee' who claims to be a co-author of "The Long Lost Garden of Eden" has been receiving all the royalties. So stop buying the book if it is associated with him. Return the copies you had already bought. This way, you will help Mr. Charles, the true author of the book. Help stop plagiarism!!!!!Please help correct a major wrong!!!



Sunday, November 18, 2012

New Book of Poetry

California Blooms, Blossoms, and Harvest Delights: Golden Vignettes From Big Sur, Pacific Coast Highway, California Scenic Highway 1 to Yosemite and Highway 99

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Abrahamic Promise

The Orthodox Jew embraces the Palestinian, Arab, and Gentile

All of them finally recognize their brotherly lineage

In the desert, they can trace their

Ancestry to the One who was called to leave

Everything behind to start a long journey

Ecumenical, interfaith, religious pluralism, mixed marriages

Interracial, biracial, biracialism, two-religion families,

Mix-raced, multiracial, multifaith are modern coinage

They are discovery terms and expressions that bring us

Closer to the fulfillment of the long-awaited promise

Of brotherhood, harmony, and union. One we are indeed!

Farewell to the hypocrisy of the past social contracts

Farewell to the anti-miscegenation laws which

Favored only one group who called the shots

Yet, covert or exploited interracial unions begat

Biracial offspring even to the Founders of this nation

Farewell to Jim Crow and all evil systems oppressing

A man’s own blood and family. Call him a deadbeat dad!

It’s not time to save face and social position any longer

The scattered children are tired of living in the shadows

The Israelis break the bread of peace with

Their Palestinian and Arab brothers. Then they share the same tent

Of reconciliation and complete brotherhood.

Oh Jerusalem, let the angel of peace stop the bloodbath and unite your children!

Let them realize what matters most as both groups

Are not foreign to suffering and tribulations

The museum of Tolerance presents powerful shows

Of the holocaust and past struggles of African-Americans

The pictures of Iraqi, Rwandan genocide victims and

Palestinian militants are archived in newsrooms database

Let the non-Jew have his bar mitzvah at the temple

His Muslim interracial parents will appreciate the gesture

After all, it’s a rite of passage just like Quinceaneras

In the Hispanic culture

We have Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa,

And many ethnic, religious celebrations in the Valley

The Americans will wait for their Russian, Vietnamese

Or South American brides in the true practices of

Democracy, freedom of choice and association

Love can’t ever be regulated any longer.

The Asian grooms will cherish their English brides

The Africans will freely pick their European sweethearts

The Indian immigrants will abolish all old-country

Divisive systems. Only America guarantees such a melting pot!

Differences of skin tone, facial features, wealth, and language

Should not matter any longer

We are all sons and daughters of Adam and Eve (Acts 17:26)

For we were alike before we were different

From the dirt we all came; to it we shall return some day

Then, the floods wiped out everyone

The gene pool was narrowed back down to Noah’s family

The same human blood is running through our veins

Moses married an Ethiopian woman

His brother and sister, Aaron and Miriam, spoke

Against him. They found displeasure in his union

Miriam’s skin was attacked with leprosy for 7 days

For her sharp tongue and criticism (Num.12:1-15)

Bringing diverse people together found approval

After all, we are all one human family, with one father and many siblings

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California Blooms, Blossoms, and Harvest Delights: Golden Vignettes From Big Sur, Pacific Coast Highway, California Scenic Highway 1 to Yosemite and Highway 99



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