Jun E Caniel

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Waking up…

In Uncategorized on December 10, 2013 at 5:10 pm

The first time you open your eyes… Immediately squint to block out the light, crinkling your faceJun E Caniel Awake like a 90 year old… The beautiful lines of your face listen and give in to the command. Now blocking or minimizing what we see, we slowly adjust giving way for more light…Now allowing our eyes to open even more… But are we seeing? Or just watching? Do we have vision or is this pre-recorded?… Hmmm… Just a few questions from a mischievous kid…

(Excerpt from “The Adventures of Jun E”)

 

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The Jun E Misfits

In Daily Inspiration, Journal, Motivational Speaking, Thoughts on October 5, 2012 at 2:11 pm

As I look into the eyes of our youth, I see hope, I see people who want to be great. I have discover that no 0ne really wants to be mediocre. I have observed adults that go through the motion and kids act as if they do not care. I realize everyone cares if they are given a reason. Most people are just living, waiting to hear approval from someone close to them. We have to instead teach people to live for themselves and make decisions that will make them happy! Only then will we start to move towards greatness or our Jun E! People are like houses, just waiting to be built up, waiting to find that someone who takes the time to build the foundation. They are waiting for hope, love, discipline, and leaders. The leader is within them, but undiscovered. Shame on us if we don’t find a way to uplift, restore, and empower all the beauty walking the streets. I sit back and see all this talent waiting to be molded like clay, but we seem scared to pick it up, and take it upon ourselves to mold. Instead we watch and judge and say, ” That’s not my clay.” The clay belongs to all of us, but who is strong enough to take it on?

Let’s build teams! Let’s build teams that will allow us to accomplish things and give life to others. Let’s be brave enough to pick up clay and mold it. Let’s  not think about just ourselves, but make sure our fellow man has the same opportunities. Let’s learn to look for talent and not judge people!  Let’s be hero’s, even if it’s  for just one day. They’re waiting for us to step up. If we don’t step up, what do we really expect to change?  To all our youth! … Jun E loves you!

Jay Caniel

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