The Vision for Swaen Village from Ruins to Richness“It always seems impossible until it is done” – Nelson Mandela
How do you capture the vision and possess the land when your vision is audacious, scary and exceeds your financial and intellectual capacity. By implementing RSVP in your daily routine and rituals: Read, Study, Visualize and Pray.
“The people that do know their God shall be strong, and do exploits.” Daniel 11:32
Kon bo ta hasi brasa e vishon anto lag’e bira realidat, ora bo vishon ta enorme, spantoso, anto pa kolmo mas grandi ku bo kapasidat finansiero i intelektual? Dor di praktiká RSVP den bo rutina i ritualnan diario; Resa, Studia, Visualisá i Praktiká Orashon.
‘E pueblo ku konosé su Dios, ta para fuerte i ta resistí.‘ Daniel 11:32
The Caribbean Dream with Grit & Guts
“Go Ahead, You’re Home”
A true and poignant story of forgiveness, hope and love. Mountain-moving faith with a burning desire determined to succeed.
The reality of our neighbourhoods
Biba ku konosementu di nos realidat,
Nos mundu inakabá
A speech and poem by Lucille Berry, in honor of the author.
Influencer Tirzah Libert
No foolishness nor lies
Go Ahead and read more!
“Excellent work! I believe you’re one of the first Caribbean strong women who dares to come out with such a compelling life story. It will encourage many women of all plumages. I’m sure!! Very moving and recognizable! Well done as I love it! I’m certain you can make it into a best-seller!”
“(…) so glad that you seized opportunities and made your dream come true. May all of us do so. Celebrate the result of the opportunities we embrace and leave the pains of the past far behind us.”
Lucille Berry-Haseth, Winner Cola Debrot Prize 2014 for Papiamentu Literature
“You have a master piece here in the making. I love the story line. It is very interesting and funny at the same time. Keep on building on it. There are many things in it to which I can relate and this will be the same with many other Afro-Caribbean persons.”
“It is a great compelling story that many can relate to, or face not knowing what to do when facing great uncertainty.”
From humble beginnings, marked by economic highs and lows, youthful lust, drug abuse, infidelity, divorce and immigration.
“Every ‘Caribbean’ Woman wants a Role Model and I want to be that Role Model”
Tirzah Zenovia Bienvenida Libert, an Aruban-Dominican raised on Curaςao, founder and publisher of , an intercultural and international e-zine. My life’s purpose is to serve and please God by living The Golden Rule: “Do unto others, as you would have done to you”. I challenge myself by stepping out of my comfort zone into my courage zone, breaking boundaries, maximizing opportunities.
Tirzah Z. B. Libert
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