For some time I have been publishing articles on different topics in YOURS with the purpose of raising money for my cooking studies and also to get out of this financial crisis in which I find myself. Among the topics I have written are cooking, personal opinions about politics and society, also of cryptocurrencies and blockchain.
Along the way I have been called a beggar. I don't agree with those who call some Venezuelan beggars at all. Certainly there are, but all over the world and the internet there are such people. It is unfortunate. But I must defend myself against those who personally call me a beggar.
In my country, I work with my trade: Cook. I am a good cook, I work more than 12 hours a day. Unfortunately I do it in a country that has the highest hyperinflation in the world, the worst public services in its history and a crime unleashed.
I am young, but time does not stop. And just thinking about it terrifies me to be like this all my life. Who will take care of me when I'm old? How do I help my mother now that her retirement and pension are worthless? What will reach me to eat today? These are some questions I ask every day.
The world is unfair and no matter how much I work with my job I cannot solve my problems only with my salary that is miserable. I believe in my potential to generate prosperity, I feel completely prepared to take on any kind of challenges, because I do this on a daily basis.
YOURS and its community have helped me greatly, I have been able to advance to the 4th level of 5 levels that has the career of professional chef. I have been able to help my mother with some of her medicines and food. Things that I would not have achieved by myself. I am very grateful. Especially thanks to @ -ed- for being so supportive of Venezuelans, also grateful to @ryanxcharles for founding and keeping YOURS on the internet.
"I am looking for an opportunity to get out of this bad moment in which I find myself trapped. I hope to find your support to raise only $ 300 to start my own food business and continue my cooking studies. This would really help me and my family. I consider myself a person who thrives in many ways and I am sure of achieving economic prosperity through my passion: cooking. If you can help me, I will be very grateful."
 

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felicidades, amigo en la upel dan clases de cocina?
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@fabisteph Gracias! Si aquí en Barquisimeto y creo que Margarita. A traves de su Fundación FUNDAPI.
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