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Every time that I tell someone an event of my life, I’m regularly and promptly asked the same question: “Have you ever thought of writing your life story in a book that others can read”?

For years my answer has always been the same: “I think that one of these days I should start”! The truth is that “one of these days” will never come until I make the decision to take the step that was put in my heart and get to work!

So I decided,and I hereby declare, that I will begin to write down my biography, one chapter at the time, adding a link on this page each time, so that step by step I can make progress in the desired direction! This will make me accountable to you, my readers, giving me the necessary incentive to keep doing it! Please support me with your prayers and remind me of my commitment when you see that I’m forgetting! Thanks, I need you.

The chapters which I will add here each time may not be the final product, nor will they be written in any given sequence, but the important thing is to start writing it! There will always be time to make changes and corrections before the final printing of the book.

Click on the links below, as they are added, one chapter at a time:

Chapter 1: “A bench and a window in every life!” (August 7, 2012)
Chapter 2: “A question of “Identity!” (September 3, 2012)
Chapter 3: “Is there a purpose for your life?” (October 12, 2012)

Happy reading!


I recently asked the Lord to confirm whether to go ahead with this project, and He said:

“What’s important for you in life? What will you answer when you come before Me one day, and you will be asked: What have you done with your life? Will you try to tell Me of things that you did, as if I didn’t already know them? Or will you try to impress Me with things that you accomplished, like it was your own work? You know very well that nothing you did in life was your own work, but it’s Me working in you, and through you. So, how will you answer that question, and what do you think that I expect from you?

Take time to ponder and ask yourself: What do you want to leave in this world that can be remembered for generations to come? What would you like to leave as your testament in this world, so that those who will remember you have something to refer to, in your writings, your pictures, your thoughts, and your memories…

Write about the work that I have done in your life, and don’t worry about who is going to read it, because I will make sure that, those who need it, will read it even after you are gone. Tell of your life experiences, just as you remember them, and not worry about giving accurate descriptions, because I will help you remember the most important events, those that have left a mark in your heart …

Speak from your heart, and let My Spirit work through you. Remember that I’m the One who’s “working in you both to will and to do of My pleasure” (Phil. 2:13). That’s what makes you a “vessel to honor” (2 Tim. 2:20), that you are not seeking your own glory, but that of “Him who has begun a good work in your life and will perform it until the day” (Phil. 1:6).

Your testimony is to let your readers “see the good works” that I have done in your life, so “that they may glorify your Father which is in heaven” (Mt. 5:16) and know that I can do the same in their lives. This is the unique finger print that you can leave in this world…”