MISSION AND VISION:
To open eyes, open hearts, open minds, and open doors to the possibilities of life.
In every chapter in life, we often find ourselves at a crossroads. We can either turn back, turn left, turn right, or choose to move forward. While moving forward is normally the most intimidating and overwhelming of the different pathways, it can be the most rewarding in the end. Crossing crossroads is about growing, developing, and evolving with every moment . . . every experience . . . and every lesson that comes with being a human being on Earth.
Hi, and welcome to Crossing Crossroads. I created this website as a platform to speak from the human spirit in a world where being a voice of peace and integrity can be overshadowed by evil and darkness. I invite you, the viewer, to take a walk through my journal of the journey of life and I hope to give you a sense of insight to help make your day more meaningful and fulfilling. Your presence is valued and signing the Guestbook would be greatly appreciated. What you have to say truly matters and I thank you for visiting. I look forward to seeing you back again in the near future.
Please note that Crossing Crossroads is a place that encourages people to live with an open mind and heart and thus, any comments that go against freedom and liberty will not be published.
The best to you.
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“And so I held on tight / To my own dignity / And my grace lifting me / Though things are always hard /
I will be making ground / By crossing crossroads now”
– “Crossing Crossroads” by Christopher Torrenueva
Read the entire poem here.
My motto in life is
“everything happens not only for a reason but also for the best.”
My name is Christopher Torrenueva and I was born on March 8th, 1993, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Interestingly, my first name accurately describes who I am as a person when written as an acrostic poem: Conscientious, Hardworking, Respectful, Idealistic, Sensible, Task-Oriented, Organized, Philosophical, Humble, Empathetic, and Responsible. I have lived in many different countries, including Canada, the United States, and the Philippines, and I hope to travel and explore our world even more in the future. I would consider myself as a broad-minded, non-judgmental, and forward-thinking individual, who strives to nurture my talents, interests, and values in order to work toward the common good. In my best efforts, I also try to encourage others to do the same, allowing the human race of today to continue as pioneers throughout the history of evolutionary growth and development.
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