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Wednesday, June 24, 2009


High and mountainous land represent the altitude of Haitian people attitude toward life, which insert in every one of them the combative spirit to keep on going since the day Christopher Columbus and his boat people stole them from Africa to replace the peaceful Caribbean people of Quisqueya.
Astonishing people, despite slavery, bad weather of politics, and economics cross their life every day, they still stand tall, and at end of the day the torch of hope always light their way, even when the storm of injustice pronounce their verdict, on the other end there is always a tender breeze that whistle joy to blow a kind smile on their face.
Intricate is often the path that lay before them, however their courage is relentless, their resilience allow them to stand up and fight like instinctive warrior to break colonial barriers. Victory always makes them climb to the top of mount of deliverance. They didn’t cross the red sea, but they walked proudly from Vertière to Gonaives to proclaim in 1804 themselves independent and become the first black republic in the modern history.
Toughness is their main quality that’s why even misery isn’t strong enough to kneel them down. Rigidness is a strong characteristic they posses which make it hard to control them. They are rebel people by nature that’s why they fight constantly against hardship of life.
Intensely they express their personality; drastically they speak their mind at the same time diplomatically they played those who try to play with their intelligence, that is the reason why a true Haitian is always answering a question by another question. Ask me why, I would ask you who told you so?
Adaptable to any circumstance, they can make any situation fit like a glove “give a Haitian a lime they will make lemonade”.
Nationalism is an invisible birthmark of most Haitian. No matter where they are around the globe you can catch them say one day I will go back home “Haiti cheri”. One of their famous saying go that way “Mwen pa pral mouri nan peyi etranje sang by Antoine Rosini Jean Baptist aka Ti mano” which mean I don’t want to die in a foreign country.

1 comment:

  1. This text fit perfectly the courage of Haitian during the recent disaster on january 12/2010. This people are courageous and spirited. Love for the Haitian people.



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