Joe-Caël Mondina Lacrète Interview


Introduce Yourself: Hi, I’m Joe-Caël Mondina Lacrète, I know my name is pretty complicated, I’m 18 years old, I’m from Haiti, I’m currently living in the USA. I’m trinligual, I speak French, Creole and English. Just like my name I have a complex personality, sometime I see myself as a paradox. I fight for what I believe in but sometime I contradict myself. I don’t like to explain myself, I want people to make up their own their and try to understand it. My honesty use to hurt people but the USA Is turning me into these kind of people that I cannot stand, its turning me into an hypocrite by trying to fit in and caring about people’s feelings. I could write till the end of the world tryna introduce myself, as I get list into my own words but I’m just going to the next question.

Thoughts On People In The World?: I think everyone is hypocrite and the people that are not are being vilified.

What are your inspirations & goals?: I want to live my life to the fullest, with fear, joy, drama, passion and love. I want to learn and experience as much as I can, go through college, earn my master degree in business and marketing, but not limited to these two previously cited, I want to make my mom proud. I want to achieve success!

How would you impact the world?: I would impact the world by being myself, even though I’m still in the process of understanding myself, I think that this is this process that will impact the world as I will help others find themself while trying to find myself.

Struggles In Life? : I struggle to keep up with the expectation that my family puts on me, I’m struggling with a battle that is not mine.

How do you feel about yourself? Any changes you would make? : It’s hard to explain, let’s just that it’s moving back and forth from really good to depressive. I’m trying to increase my ability to care about people.

What does love mean to you?: Love for me is almost an unreal concept because I would define it by giving everything without expecting any reward, but everyone wants something, whether it’s coming from good or bad, we all want something in exchange. For me it has the same meaning as religion, we’re just giving ourselves something to believe in, to fight for.

Name : Joe-Caël Mondina Lacrète

Instagram : e_l__l_e

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