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Thanksgiving was about 6 months ago so what am I thankful for? My new friend Steven, sums it up well "Must have been a dificult day." Yes it was a dificult day today. But I am thankful I am still here to tell you about it I am thankful for my life and all that have to live for. First off I have my mother and my father in my life supporting me and talking to me several times a week. The distance can't change a bond somewhat it can even make a bond greater. I love my parents even though they are so different now; they used to love each other so much; but one thing I know they still do is love me. So this morning like most Mondays, I went to my office I was there early my heart excited by all the projects I am working on. I plugged my laptop to charge it and getting it ready to upload new pictures to this website. I went across the hall to talk to Stanley Kaplan, who is if you don't know him yet a talent agent legend. So we go back and forth for a few minutes exchanging ideas and talking about each other weekends. A few minutes passed before I went back to my office. On my way bck I was faced with a stranger. Before I could ask him "How can I help you?" the guy said, "Where is the studio?" To which I answerered automatically "That way..." I actually helped him and point to him the only place on our floor who happen to have a music studio. I walked back to my office. Surprise. No more laptop or cellphone. By the time I ran outside he was gone. A thorough review of the cameras show at what time he came to the floor; how he tried to get into several offices always finding someone there and eventually got to mine while I was not there. He took the stairs to escape when the elevators were not coming fast enough. If I had got back to my office 30 seconds before I would have caught him in the act. So yes I could have confronted him may be even beat him? Then he could have beat me? Better yet I could have tried to stop and him and he could have stabbed me or shot me. My laptop and my Blackberry are gone but I am still here. Iam happy about that. I realize that I am still materialistic even though I try to live my life without being to attached to material things. My day could go from good to be pretty bad because an intruder stole from me? Somehow, I thought I was more prepared for uncertainty. Laptops cameras cellphones are not our lives we can replace them. It is not worth it to try to stop a thief; it is as good as trying to corner a rat; he will jump and bite you. So Being positive and thankful is the answer. The supreme creator knows best. Leave it to him and everything comes and falls into place. Trying to do too much relying on my own strength made me vulnerable in the end I lost more than I thought I could accomplish. At the end of the day Stanley, and I walked in the area and then went to Union Square, and looked at several phones. I had a red Blackberry curve. My plan with T Mobile sucked. So I welcome getting my new phone and new plan I might even go with Boost $50 a month for everything lol. Nothing will give me my notes numbers or stored photos back but certainly I see that I have a chance to take many more pictures and that is fine with me. I usually drink socially; but tonight I will make an exception and make myself a strong mix of PR Rum with Cream soda, and call it a night. Thanks for your kind words today. I needed them.