Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Welcome 2015 with Understanding

As 2014 comes to an end, do not look back at the long hard road traveled. Nearly everyone has probably passed over rough ground, fallen and has been hurt and cut. Do not dwell on the falling and tripping over and over again. It might be true that very few are at peace. Life is an inter-relationship of events, like waves on the ocean, moving, every moving – changing, never still, each one affecting the other, moment by moment.

2015 is a new year, a new beginning, and a new hope.

As the New Year brings with it new challenges, have the strength to stand where you are, give love in return for hurting. Give truth in exchange for deceit and give understanding to another’s failure. Remember you to have failed, injured and deceived somewhere along the road.

Let 2015 be a year to love and love again. 


After a while, you learn the subtle difference between holding a hand and chaining a soul
And you learn that love does not mean leaning and company does not mean security
And you begin to learn that kisses are not contracts and presents are not promises
And you begin to accept your defeats with your head up and your eyes open, with the grace of an adult, not the grief of a child
And you learn to build all your roads on today because tomorrow’ ground is too uncertain for plans
After a while, you learn that even sunshine burns if you get too much
So plant your own garden and decorate your own soul, instead of waiting for someone to bring you flowers
And you learn that you really can endure ... that you really are strong, and you really do have worth.
By Kelly Priest




Monday, December 29, 2014

SOUTH AFRICA – A FAILED STATE

Historical Perspective Part II – from then until now

Continuing the series of articles in order to establish as to whether South Africa is a failed state and if so, then why from a historical perspective.

In “Kruger, Kommandos & Kak “by Chris Ash, he deals on a very level basis with the role of the Imperial Troops as well as the role of the “Burghers “: of the ZAR (Zuid Afrikaansche Republik) the Transvaal”. What he says is that every Afrikaans speaking person should start to research the history and not the drivel served up by the National Party (NP) Government.

Today this group of people is without leaders; as a matter of fact, the professed leaders are all tied into highly dubious deals.

Pik Botha, the highly contentious ex-Minister, F W De Klerk – the President at the time the ANC outwitted him and were equal dim-witted cabinet. They never knew as to what was happening in the outside world. They never understood that it was all about the money; politics was just the means to get the cash! This seems to have been the dogma from the London School of Economics.

It was very interesting when the late Frederik Van Zyl Slabbert recounted calling Thabo Mbeki by his first name. As recounted by himself in his writings, and they had known each other for a long time, that Mbeki pointed out that he was the President and that he should be called such. A real indication that a mere crumb was now thinking that he had become bread, for all the whiskey, womanizing and alleged drug abuse attributed to him.

In addition, that he was replaced by Pres Jacob Zuma, a Zulu of origin. Zuma and his Zulus have pushed South Africa into a state similar to that of a failed state. Zuma and Paul Kruger share many aspects, one of the most important aspects are that they had set out to control the Judiciary. It was recalled that Kruger intervened in the sentencing of a rogue by the name of Nellmapius. In Zuma’s case, his legal team was whacked in the Supreme Court of Appeal on the fact that they had no case. In order to delay proceedings in respect of the issue of the tape recordings, which was used to negate the more than 700 criminal charges for fraud against Zuma. However, who is paying for these expensive legal fees? Zuma? Not at all – the public. Despite South Africa having Legislation, such as the Public Finance Management Act, 1 of 1999 as amended. 

Somebody had to be held to account in the President’s office.  
However, massive silence!

Not from De Klerk, who it has been alleged had been involved in moving vast sums of money from the RSA pre-1994. To whose benefit? The Afrikaans-speaking South Africans, all South Africans? It does not seem so.

In addition, the Gaddafi moneys? For how long has it been in the RSA? It is a tale that ascribing it to Zuma is somewhat unfair. He is only at the tail end of what has been going on. According to sensitive sources in the ANC ( African National Congress,) President Barak Obama had called Zuma in November 2014. Zuma was advised that if the stolen Libyan moneys were not paid into the Trust Fund in the USA before end January 2015. Zuma and the ANC would face criminal charges at the International Crime Court. (ICC) Also, the fact that a substantial amount of this money had found its way to ISIS in Syria!

It is a severe allegation as it places all South African at risk because the government is run by the ANC and that the same ANC has now been implicated in these problems. Linking this allegation to the news reports from the country that over 4 000 Al Qaeda have been spotted in South Africa.

Pres Thabo Mbeki has case to answer in this regard. During his reign as President, he had employed the African Union (AU) in order to move the Gaddafi/Libyan moneys. In this regard, a Johannesburg Attorney was allegedly employed by Mbeki to move the Libyan funds. In this regard, Molefe had been traveling the world with an AU diplomatic passport. When going to the USA in order to confront Goldman Sachs on the Libyan moneys, he was faced with some ex-Special Forces types that send the fear of God into them, and he made a runner. However, Goldman Sachs lost a case against the USA government during 2014 and had to surrender USD 30 billion!  

According to what Molefe recounted to various people, all the documents relating to
this issue was handed to the Seriti commission who has been running an investigation into the Arms deal. According to Molefe, it was Mbeki’s idea to use the Libyan moneys as a guarantee with the British banks that had raised credit lines for the hugely inflated Arms deal. The Seriti commission has until the date not managed to instill any confidence into the general public pertaining to its investigations. Suffice it to state that until the time the Seriti commission has acted like a bunch of gangsters with their legal teams as their hit men. In this regard, Adv Moerane’s name springs to the front.

Any idea of democracy is nothing else but a sham. It is pure London School of Economics dogma. It never was about democracy and human rights; it was all but a sham. It has only been about the money. In the words of Smuts Ngonyama , first ANC, then COPE and now ANC again,“ I never joined the struggle to be poor”. It was after he garnered ZAR 120 million on a privatization deal of TELKOM - the previously state-owned telecommunications agency.

The RSA is indeed a gangster’s paradise. In 2013, some 200 South African troops found themselves in a very precarious situation in Bangui, Central African Republic (CAR). What were they doing there? When attacked by an overwhelming force of some 5000+ Seleka rebels who had ousted then President Bosize, they had to fight impossible odds to stay alive. This was due to some officers from the State Security Agency of the RSA and Defense Intelligence who were drinking on the terrace of the Hotel in Bangui, whilst compiling a report that the Selekas were only armed with AK47’s and wooden clubs. Little did they know that the President of Chad, France’s high man in Africa was financing the Selekas? After the fracas, the RSA contingent had to sign official documents to compel them to keep all aspects of the venture in Central African Republic (CAR) secret. A typical British action! Why? What was there to hide? The fact that several of the RSA comrades were up to their ears in dealings in CAR, including Mining, etc., etc.

Until today, nobody has been prosecuted in relation to this situation. Lives are cheap; Pres Zuma does apparently not give a tad about his soldiers’ lives.
What else?

TELKOM, the former state-owned telecoms entity and now partially owned by the state whilst listed on the JSE (Johannesburg Stock Exchange) has a company called TELKOM AFRICA. Through this company, they had bought all the bandwidth from satellite operators over Africa. It is not just for reselling; the fact of the matter is that they are using this to listen to all business and political issues via the RSA’s state resources. The information re business issues are circulated to a small group of so-called comrades. The London School of Economics is clearly at play here. The completely political claptrap was only designed for one simple reason, and that was to get their hands on the money.

Who are these people? Clearly many of them are embedded in the ruling ANC, this gives them cover and they can affect all of their nefarious actions in secrecy. The RSA even bought a Russian satellite. For whatever rhyme or reason, it is perhaps for the same as with TELKOM AFRICA. To eavesdrop on all business transaction primarily, is courtesy of the RSA taxpayer. The price of the satellite has been bandied about at ZAR 1, 6 billion. The fact of the matter is that the price would rather seem to be nearer to ZAR 5, 6 billion, i.e. USD 560 million.

The opposition is silenced with issues of secrecy, and since when is fraud and piracy secret? In the RSA context, it sure is!

 Moreover, when Patton so famously wrote, “Cry the beloved country,” he just had no idea!

The scoundrels, at all levels in civil life. In addition, the British influence. A story to will be dragged into the spotlight in a later piece.

Are you worried? If not, you should be ………………………………………





Friday, December 26, 2014

South African Union Advertisement Rejected

Solidarity Union of South Africa has a primary function to protect members in the work environment and help negotiate labor disputes. Solidarity is a union that strives to protect members irrespective of race, age, and gender.

The Solidarity Union recently approached the Digital Satellite Television (DSTV) Company to televise an advert on behalf of the union. Twice this year the advertisement was rejected and not broadcast.

DSTV was launched in 1995 and remains a popular television choice for most South Africans. The extensive coverage and channel selection makes DSTV the firm favorite for home entertainment.
A video clip hosted by Dr. Dirk Hermann tells the story of trying to screen the Solidarity Union advert and declared that DSTV gave no reason why it was disallowed. The advertisement is part of the video and Dr. Hermann has taken to social media to broadcast this short advertisement. Dr. Hermann asks that the public should use their own discretion and reach a conclusion about the ad.

Although the advertisement is in the Afrikaans language, the message is the primary objective of the union to look after its members. Several friends and family members have watched the advertisement and all reach the same conclusion that the entire cast was white and perhaps this is the reason for not viewing on national television.

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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

South Africa Spotlight on the Revenue Services

South Africa Spotlight on the Revenue Services

South Africa

Does the South African Revenue Services (SARS) have a secret unit that enables the use of undesirable power to discredit honest, hardworking, reliable people? In South Africa it would appear that SARS is following the same surreptitious and dishonest ways as most government institutions employ.
State resources are used to find ignominy on people or a company that can or may be a threat to the government. No matter how trivial a threat is, SARS will discredit anybody in a direct attempt to remain the powerful controlling state entity. Using state resources are not the only option, it is the leaking of information to the press, to misinform the public that can plot the downfall of either individuals or companies.
South African taxpayers are often habituated to reports of deceitful, dubious dealings and corruption within government departments. South Africans are swayed to believe the worst of politicians, including senior and middle management government employees. The continual suspension of workers and redeployment of allies into top positions gives rise to deception. South Africans have limited access to the continuous denials that often confirm the truth of suchlike accusations.
Tom Moyane was appointed to the Commission for SARS by President Jacob Zuma in September 2014. Moyane, formally  served as the National Commissioner of Correctional Services and worked as Chief Executive Officer of Government Printing Works.
Tom Moyane appears to be running SARS autonomously. This is an unusual and unacceptable practice for someone without experience. South Africa should rely on the current leadership, and not Moyane.
Allegations that Moyane lied about a report can only be surmised that there was not enough evidence from certain people who were uncovering the truth about a possible tax evasion scheme by Zuma. Tax on Nkandla and customs duty on African National Congress (ANC) t-shirts are listed as a fraction of the tax evasion investigation. Should Zuma not pay the monies, there will be the liability of tax on benefits and SARS will implement penalties and interest on outstanding amounts owed and this can amount to a hefty amount of money.
The question of whether the suspension of Ivan Pillay and Peter Richer by SARS is a move to protect Zuma could be a possibility. Both Pillay and Richer are upfront and known as honest officials, and possibly have the power to sink Zuma.

PUBLISHED ON THE GUARDIAN LV - READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE HERE -
GLV - LINK


NOW READ A TRUE STORY ABOUT A COMPANY BATTLING WITH SARS TO MAINTAIN OPERATIONS AND HOW THE CONTROLLING UNIT OF SARS WILL UNDERTAKE TO SHUT DOWN ANYBODY OR ANY BUSINESS NOT COMPLIANT WITH THEIR RULES.


Letter to SARS

Dear Sir

Your reference to a civil matter refers.

Armscor was the complainant; your actions have been throughout malicious.

What don’t you understand in English?

SARS has been a part of the malicious, thieves and corrupt wrangling of the Military establishment.

We have addressed all your aspects as raised.

When it is stated that we do not know what you are talking about, it is simply because we do not know what you are talking about.

I must point out that you and your team will be held personally liable for all civil matters due to damages arising from your actions.

These actions are but nothing else but criminality cloaked in legalese. The fact that SARS is a tool in the hands of the corrupt elements of the Military establishment is a fact.

SARS has become de facto a criminal institution, despite us pointing such out; the view always has  that you continue in a set fashion in order to close us down and steal our business.

This has also been shown in newspaper reports.

Are we dealing with imbeciles at SARS/ in our relations with SARS we had found that it actually transpires that people do act in such a fashion, under instruction from higher ups?

Therefore, we now would like to know as to who your direct supervisor is as well as to who your supervisor’s supervisor is.

Meanwhile due to the gravity of the whole situation, we shall report such as well to the USA Department of Homeland Security.

For reasons of clarity, we insist on a reply within the next 24 hours.

Yours faithfully
Johan Erasmus

Reply from SARS

Receipt of your mail of 27 November 2014 below, the content of which is duly noted, is hereby acknowledged.

This Office does not intend to respond to the allegations made therein, but failure not to do so should not be construed as an admission that we agree with the content thereof. This Office, therefore, reserves the right to respond thereto in an appropriate forum if the need should arise. This Office still held the same view as expressed in its letter of 25 November 2014 addressed to you.

Regards
CUSTOMS SPECIALIST
TAX AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT INVESTIGATIONS:
NATIONAL PROJECTS


Another letter to SARS
Attn: Mr. Francois Smit
We do not intend to answer to your averments in detail, and it must not be construed as malicious or intent on following a vindictive path.
SARS has been part of a conspiracy to defraud us and to close our business down. This plot was launched from Brig Genl Maphanwya at SA Special Forces and his friend Brig Genl Modise at Defense Intelligence (DI). In this regard, they and Armscor were the chief culprits.
We have been cooperating with SARS, whence we found that SARS was not interested in hearing our side. It appears clear that either SARS is inhibited with incompetent, malicious peoples. Despite us referring to Case Law, no regard is had to such.
The views as held forth by yourself and your office will be placed before the TAX Ombudsman. Not only do we reserve our rights in this matter but we shall also include this whole episode and all the personnel along with the criminal charges being brought at the International Criminal Court from a foreign country.
In this whole fracas, we have not had once had the fortune to view all the docs on which you so-called relied. Neither have you at any stage disclosed as to who your bosses are in order for us to ascertain as to where these allegations were launched from.
Concisely the whole SARS strategy was to steal our money. The SASF and DI strategy was to intimidate our suppliers -”: Erasmus sal nooit weer ‘n doppie in hierdie land invoer nie.” This was said to Military personnel by unknown persons. Unknown persons also accosted Military staff and threatened them with their careers
Should they persist in having contact with ourselves?
All and any allegations and averments from SARS stems from a mala fides action. Armscor is the complainant in this matter of the situation, which they had created, and they scripted in order to steal our business.
They had set out to destroy us by abusing the State and its resources. They have intercepted our communications, in all formats. Not only this, they had actively interfered in our business, - like real gangsters.
No wonder South Africa has become a failed state. The news exposure re SARS in the Sunday Papers bear us out.
It is mind boggling that you persist in your views, despite what we had presented, the only conclusion we could reach is that you are being intimidated in this regards.
However, it has been your decision.
Yours faithfully
Johan Erasmus



SARS the South African Revenue Services remains a dubious institution, with many unanswered questions.
Below is a link to a court document regarding another business trying to fight off the vicious attacks by SARS.

Commissioner For The South African Revenue Services v Pretoria East Motors (Pty) Ltd (291/12) [2014] ZASCA 91 (12 June 2014)





WHY I DO NOT LIKE BLACK PEOPLE - SOUTH AFRICAN STORY

A white South African shares his views on why he does not like black people.

NOTE - Names have been changed for safety reasons. For the purpose of this story, our protagonist will be called Paul.

Paul’s story in his own words:

People would probably call me a racist that is fine. I do not like most black people and will give a detailed account on how I arrived to this conclusion.

Growing up in a relatively modest white area during apartheid years, there were no luxuries or grand holidays. Our family was regular working class people, where the mother had to work to support and contribute toward expenses. We were a happy family, six children blessed with loving parents and understanding that God was  always in control. The family were not big on religion but respected the Word of God and teachings of the New Testament. From an early age, as children, it was drilled into our minds the two important commandments – Love the Lord your God with all your mind, soul, and body and Love thy neighbor as thyself.

Considering that our family grew up to respect and honor these two commandments would probably cause people reading this to call me a hypocrite. Yes, I thought about that and believe I can justify my dislike of blacks.

As a youngster, we had a black nanny, Anna, who was a plump woman in about her thirties. I liked Anna; she looked after the children while both parents were at work. Cooked us food, cleaned up our mess and even spanked us when we misbehaved. It was never without good reason that she would hold the wooden spoon and shout some foreign words to the naughty kids who did not listen. Our parents respected and trusted Anna and Anna had their permission to reprimand the children when needed. I believe Anna fulfilled the mother image for the youngsters and will always remain grateful for the years of dedication she gave to our family.

Anna was really the first black person I had contact with. Every year end she would travel to her hometown and spend the festive seasons with her family. We actually missed her during that time. One year upon her return, she told my mother she was pregnant. My mother a loving and caring person promised to help Anna and assured her the baby could stay with her on the premises.
Anna gave birth to a healthy baby boy and after spending a few days in the hospital returned to our home. I was probably about six at that time and utterly fascinated with the black baby. Over the next few months, Anna allowed me to hold the baby and sing to him. The child was named Kenny and being the second black person I encountered in my life, I felt bonded with this tiny baby.

Attending government schools was nothing out of the ordinary; there were only white children, teachers, and a small amount of black people who undertook the menial tasks of cleaning. We never had contact with the cleaners and therefore never had the opportunity to understand these people. Everywhere we went, black people were scarce, and so I believed that the white people were the majority and black people were aides.

There were no computers, telephones or televisions in our day. There was a radio but that to was off limits and the children were only allowed to listen when the parents allowed this form of entertainment. Our days were spent at school, playing sport, visiting friends, riding our bikes and enjoying the wonderful, safe environment we grew up in.

Crime was never a big factor and if there was an incident, the efficient police dealt with it promptly and continued to secure our communities. Occasionally we would hear the elders speaking about violence and intimidation from black communities but as a child this had absolutely no affect on our lives.

I was unable to attend University upon completing my schooling as my parents were unable to afford the additional costs. Jobs were plenty; it was an entirely new world to explore. My older brothers and sisters were working and loved the new found independence. My parents were aging fast and the additional financial help from the kids was a blessing.

We now had television and the use of a telephone, that was fun for awhile but so boring. I did not want an office job, or to start a trade, I wanted more. I was inquisitive and spent most of my time in the library exploring the history of our country. In school, we learned about the Boer war, the Zulu war and so forth but there was so much more.

I turned eighteen and was enlisted in the South African army. The army was my home for the next two years was the most adventurous, scary and enlightening years of my life. There was actually a war, and I was part of this new formation. I never knew there were millions of blacks that wanted the land. Army life was grueling, but we were taught discipline, respect and the fear of God.

It was over; the apartheid government gave South Africa to the blacks. Now I had to start a new life with people I had no knowledge of. It was difficult, watching the infiltration of millions of blacks take over not only the white only residential areas, city by city. The decline of service deliveries, the hospitals, and the government departments’ rapid deterioration soon aggravated me to such an extent that I wanted to leave this land. Yes, I considered emigrating, but that to was difficult for an ordinary white family man, where would we find the money to leave our beloved land.

I met several black people and honestly can say some are magnificent, honest and intelligent. By the mid 2000s, I was married and lived in a relatively decent area. Of course, we had black neighbors, but these people were like me, honest, respectful and courteous. I was impressed until I had the opportunity of visiting big city centers. What a disaster, the filth, the overcrowding, the stench was overbearing and upon trying to discover why, was told that immigrants have nowhere to live and became refugees in any open spot of land they could find. Why did the government allow this to escalate into such a hectic uncontrollable position boggled my mind?

What horrified me the most was the ignorance of the majority of blacks, the culture of believing that everything in South Africa was their heritage. The disrespect and hatred for white people were perhaps still understandable, but the blatant horrendous crimes committed against whites were unforgivable.

There are few white people I know that were not a victim of crime, perhaps the lucky ones. The measures white people had to take to ensure their safety was not usual. Expansion of security gates, fences and alarms were the standard procedure. Public transport was out of the question, there was none and the small available amount was crowded with blacks. Government schools declined to such a sordid state that the only option of receiving a decent education was to admit your children to private schools. 

Walking down the street was a memory of years gone by, it was impossible to try only because the chances of being mugged was against you. Life was terrifying for many and as a man attempting to protect his family the stress of survival became the way of life.

Over the years, the black population increased by millions and the service deliveries decreased to such an extent that South Africa was entering a slum condition. The fundamental human rights of having water and electricity was becoming a luxury.

We have computers, internet, cell phones, games and more to entertain us in our homes. Finding entertainment outside is a dangerous excursion as you might just be a target for crime.
I wanted to know why and went on a mission to understand why black people lived in conditions not fit for humans.

As I said, my neighbors were intelligent and obliging to me upon my quest to understand black people. I learned so much from these humble people. I liked these black people, I could communicate with them, drink tea with them and laugh with them. They told me about their struggles under apartheid and when South Africa became a democratic country their determination to rise above the pettiness of the past. It was their strength to get educated and live a purposeful life. I learned that it was the education that gave them the opportunity to succeed. Indeed they assured me there were many black people who had taken the opportunity to get a decent education and live a peaceful meaningful life. I like these black people.

My black neighbors told me they had an intense dislike for the majority of their kind, based on the fact that their ignorance and ungrateful nature caused the world to frown upon blacks. Their stories of cultural habits leaning toward caveman ethics enthralled me. I began to understand that while some black people cannot leave the past and focus on a healthier future was perhaps the reason for the filth, sickness, and poverty.

Many times my neighbors invited me into their home, which my no means were shabby, in fact, more luxurious than mine. I was enlightened about the black culture tactics around Africa and the laziness of many tribes. Perhaps the most alerting stories were the criminal elements that stalked the black people into crime. I was told that it was a cultural thing.

Perhaps, I will never understand all the reasons for their behavior, and trying to understand why raping a child to cure HIV/AIDS was beyond my intellectual capacity. The love of money and material wealth was foremost the agenda for most. I ask myself, was it the suppression during apartheid years that caused the majority of blacks to steal, and plunder whatever they can. No, it is not, I was told that stealing is a cultural thing, again?

How can a man whether white, black, pink or blue like and respect one another when there is no open road to communication or understanding or more importantly respect? How can I admire a person who as no respect for his neighbor? How can I like a man that has evil intentions and open hatred for white people? How can I like the black government that plunders and destroys a country that once had moral and respectful standards? How can I like a black man that cannot string one sentence together without swearing? How can I like a black man when the blatant open hatred is to target white people and who have no respect for life?

Oh, there is so much more, and I can guess that most people know exactly how cruel it is to try and survive in South Africa.

Perhaps the most difficult commandant is to “Love thy neighbor as thyself.”



All images from Wikimedia - with thanks.
Links to attribution of images.




Sunday, December 21, 2014

Christmas 2014

I am filled with gratitude for people who have made my life meaningful and happy.

Christmas is a time to love, and leave your past failures and heartaches behind. Let us celebrate this Christmas with hope in our hearts, knowing the Messiah will always be our guide.

Christmas is a time to celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus. A time of rejoicing, a time to give and share, knowing that even a smile will brighten somebody’s day.

I wanted to find a special Christmas message to share and there are so many beautiful, inspirational and blessed words it was difficult to choose something unique. After searching, I found a Christmas message that seemed so perfect, a message to have Christmas every day of your life.


Jesus was born in the cradle of Christ Consciousness twenty centuries ago. His universal Christ Consciousness is reborn in every wise man. Are you ready in the coming Christmas to expand your soul to behold within yourself, the birth of the omnipresent Christ?
To observe the birthday of Jesus with gifts and festivities shows some respect and attention to the ideas of His life. But to meditate and prepare your mind for the holy occasion of Christmas. That you may experience within yourself  the birth of a new consciousness of universal brotherhood, and love for all living creatures is really to celebrate Christmas. Drive away from your mind all pride and prejudices, that you may fittingly hold the omnipresent Christ Consciousness in your love-expanded bosom.
If at Christmas you find your strong will unconquered by the tests of temptations, know that Christ is with you.
When you cannot be roused to wrath by crucifixion through others wickedness, know that you are ready for Christ. When you feel love for all, in spite of any hatred toward you, know that an alter for Christ is created within you.
When at all the time, you can feel within you the ecstasy of unbroken joy of meditation, know that Christ is with you ever more, and that within your deathless consciousness you will celebrate the Christmas experience of every moment, every minute, every day ever year, unto eternity.
Swami Narayani from the book ‘Within and Beyond”

The above story was published on this link:
by Paramhansa Yogananda, Inner Culture, December 1937



Stay blessed this Christmas, knowing that you are special, an inspiration and loved. Wishing you a merry Christmas and an awesome new year, filled with beauty, love, joy, and happiness.


Laura Oneale