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Location: Los Angeles,
Gender: Male
Born: August 24th
Member: Standard
Joined: May 2008
Micael was born in New York City; relocated to Philadelphia, PA, and completed Central High School with an A.A. Degree; served in the 82nd Airborne- Rangers - during the Korean Conflict; completed undergraduate studies for a B.A. in English at Cheyney State University, graduate MBA studies at George Washington Univ., Wash., DC; briefly taught high school English, and was an Associate Professor, School of Communications, in Business and Public Administration. He was awarded a Congressional Fellowship and later served as Ombudsman and Special Assistant to an East Coast Governor, before relocating to stay warm, play golf, ski and raise horses in Southern California. His passion has always been communications  Training and development, public speaking, he is a bilingual Distinguished Toastmaster, writing, photography and travel. He enjoyed a long and successful career in education, government and private industry as an administrator; he is a 35 year follower of the Nicherin Daishonin Buddhist Sect (SGI-USA); is a dedicated advocate for youth development through his involvement with mentoring and tutoring, through the American Legion Department of California and the International Kiwanis organization. His personal credo: "I believe the sure path to World Peace is through art, culture and education. We must each and all become citizens of the world. To make World Peace work, we must make world peace and fostering youth our life work!" Micael was awarded his Doctorate degree in Metaphysics in December 2011.
Never doubt that a small group of committed and dedicated people can change the world. In fact it's the only thing that ever has.
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So many people are more concerned with life after death than they are with life after birth. A life lived without purpose, honor or value, the kind in which one doesn?t know the reason why he was born, is joyless and lackluster. To just live, eat and die without any real sense of purpose represents a life pervaded by the World of Animality. On the other hand, to do, create or contribute something that benefits others, society and ourselves and to dedicate ourselves as long as we live, to that challenge ? that is a life of satisfaction, a life of value, it is the humanistic and lofty way to live.
June 26, 2017 at 10:35PM

micael: When times are tough you've got to be tough to survive.
March 7, 2013 at 12:05PM
    micael: No truer words were ever spoken.
    July 31, 2015 at 11:07PM

micael: If you value your freedom, thank a Veteran.
March 1, 2013 at 3:29PM

micael: Hold on, help is on the way. What matters most is how one behaves as a human being. I write about life, human revolution and the Divinity of Self.
October 5, 2012 at 7:14PM
    DIS-illusioned: *Tearing up* I just dropped my ice-cream!
    October 5, 2012 at 8:24PM
    redrider6612: I'm not sure what you mean by "divinity of self"
    October 6, 2012 at 1:37PM
    micael: Hi Redrider, I apologize for the time lapse to respond to your question. The meaning of my statement has to do with acknowledging that every person is endowed with amazing resources that can be tapped into by going "within" oneself. It's like when a person lifts an automobile off of a trapped child or other loved one. We all possess an array of strengths, power, and abilities that often go unused, even unrecognized until we push ourselves beyond our known limitations due to a crisis situation. I realized my own human potential when I lifted a car with one hand to free my other hand from being trapped between the bumper and a car jack.
    November 1, 2012 at 2:15PM


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