Il ne s’agit pas d’une expression québécoise, mais il faut écouter l »émission pour comprendre ; l’expression fait référence à Sandrine qui fait souvent des jeux de mots qui nous prends un certains temps à comprendre
L’organisme FACIL (pour l’appropriation collective de l’informatique libre) est en pleine campagne de sociofinancement de la clé FACIL
We all have a different story. We are all moving at our own pace. We all have different needs and desires that are no more or less important than those of others.
One thing is certain; we all, LGBT, Cis, heterosexual and others, seek happiness.
The only way to be true to ourselves is to respect ourselves, know who we are and to show it openly no matter what people might say or think. You don’t need to be defined, or labeled, or have membership in a specific group when you know who you are. You certainly do not need the approval of others to know that you are right – be confident in yourself.
You’re the only person who holds your truth. It is yours to live.
Do not forget above all; Happiness is not something that is found, but a reward for your efforts.
Me; It’s a matter of time and it will happen.
Me; I’m who I am and everything else doesn’t matter.
Life owes you nothing. Your failures are yours just like your success. What you have and get are the result of your efforts. Others owes you nothing. Use force to take ownership of what others got by working is unacceptable. Use force to take ownership of the possessions of others without their consent is only possible when placing you in a position of superiority. Puting yourself in a position of superiority, shows us that you do not believe in equality.
You do not have rights. You have in your possession arms, a phone, but you do not have in your possession gravity. Rights are a concept that you accept or decline. Just like gravity, which is a concept that you join or not.
You must earn the respect and love of others for getting help. Not by force, fear, violence. but respecting, loving and helping others yourself.
It is only in the respect, love and support that we’ll get a civilized society. Not with police arm, laws, prisons …
Those who are incapable of respect, love and support are those who need it most … A weapon, a law or prison will not cure the lack of respect, love and support they so desperately need.