Meet Jitandri, a businessman selling suits made in China and, more important, a man who recently was touched by God and now knows THE TRUTH. And he wants to tell you about THE TRUTH.
He also wants to tell you about nasty youtube commenters and that they'll regret their comments some day soon (and judging from the way he looks at you you'll know he means business and is probably preparing several sets of concrete shoes already...).
Jitandri wants to take you on a journey to knowledge and I thought I'd help him with this great task - after all that's why he is recording his ... lessons in front of a blue screen, right? Or do you believe God hasn't told him about blue screens?
So lean back and enjoy Jitandri's journey - together you will go to places he never would have dreamt about seeing!
The one positive thought that comes to my mind when I watch a disaster like this unfold is this:
There's people from all over the world - they often work for the red cross or in similar organisations - who leave their safe homes, travel half around the world and risk their own lives to help save *complete* strangers.
They don't care for politics, colour of skin or languages, and surely they don't do it to become rich or popular.
Not because they have to, but because they *choose* to.
In recent years the word "hero" has been over- and misused quite a lot, but *if* you look for heroes to inspire you in your life you might want to consider those people.