For years I have struggled with the pursuit of money, people are way too assertive in this area of life to the point of violence. My strength has always been benevolence and the grand design so when my opportunity came about through the trust (a combination of all entities involved with running our planet) I rose to the rank of king helping presidents, prime ministers, kings, queens, sultans but always I approached this obligation solemnly for the trust is a sacred place, I worked freely, no strings of ownership or any attachments.

I was suffering with illness, bipolar disorder with mania. Well that’s my diagnosis anyways. It started in 2007 when I joined Masonry and it grew in scope over time. I joined the Shrine in 2009. Back then I had no clue that I was bipolar, my diagnosis came about in 2014, 2015.

Back in the day, I was a very successful event production assistant to the producers of the Oldtimer’s Hockey games with NHL greats such as Bobby Hull and Dale Hawerchuk since I reside in Winnipeg, I listed these distinguished gentlemen, Shrine Circuses, Royal Canadian Circuses, Magic and Miracles, Shrine Fantasy to drop some names.

Fast forward to 2010 March, I was in a battle against depression which I struggled with throughout my life. Suddenly, my roommate of many years died, I lost my condo, lost my truck, most of my material wealth, yet though all of these trials, I stayed positive, I successfully produced my events then went on a long holiday spending October and November relaxing in other parts of the world. Some of the places visited were, New York (Manhattan), Greece (Crete, Santorini), Germany (Frankfurt), France (Paris), Ireland (Dublin). I was called home, to deal with the fact that I was retiring from the company. On November 3rd, 2010 I left for good my job as General Manager with Xentel DM Incorporated to pursue my health and dreams.