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Fire throws our lives into chaos

I haven’t written a blog for some time as our lives were thrown into chaos early December when an electrical fire forced us out of our home. Then numerous hacker attacks crippled my website making it hard to post much.

Things have been rough for us in China since we decided to come here. But dealing with an electrical fire like this because of the lousy quality of workmanship here would normally be too much to bear.
Luckily I didn’t lose any of my work, and a lot of the studio equipment was ok, and so was little Evan & all of us, so that made it possible to rebuild our lives.

My Macbook Pro didn't survive

My Macbook Pro computer didn't survive...

But what really gave us the will to go on and feel any interest in being in China was the kindness and assistance of the Chinese people. They are quite different than the more individualistic people in the west. And the Baha’is here really went out of their way to assist us try and rebuild our lives. It was one of the most touching things we’ve experienced.
Thanks so much to all of you, to my mom, who sent Evan a sleeper that arrived the day of the fire so he had something to sleep in, and most of all to the Mahony family, without whom we would be truly destitute.

We are now in the process of getting a new place to live and setting up and building a new studio.

I could  share a lot more, but this experience and everything else that has gone on here has made me weary, and for legal reasons,  I will say no more except that things could have been worse.

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3 Responses to “Fire throws our lives into chaos”

  1. Halanna Says:

    So sorry you have had to go through so much, and people in the west would have also come to your aid and shown compassion in this situation.
    Your faith and endurance has kept your hope up and this is what you learned at home since you were born!
    May the future be successful and joyful and may the good Lord hold you in the palm of His hand.

  2. Mobidextrous Says:

    Brother – what doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger. My Chinese biz partner always reminds me that to taste the sweet, you have to have some sour first… wishing you all the best vibes in Beijing, you’re a rock star and you have health and talent.

    Trust me… it’s gonna work out for you man, maybe a few more fights ahead, but…..

  3. jarome Says:

    i know your right, the signs are already there… Thanks Halanna & Mikey for your support and confidence.
    I’ll be posting soon about the grand rebirth from the ashes.