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Welcome

Throughout my life, people have always said how "Lucky" I am. Lucky to have survived, Lucky to have not become a statistic, Lucky to be alive! Truth is though, I don't believe in luck. I make my own luck and so do you! I do believe I am blessed, but that doesn't make me "lucky"; it makes me fortunate. Fortunate, however, does not have a nice ring to it, so "Lucky" it is.

Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity! In that sense I guess I am Lucky (no pun intended). I am a product of my environment; however, very rarely did I ever feel "Lucky" growing up.

Just a little bit about me.....I grew up in the South Bronx during the birth of crack, AIDS and the worst murder rates NYC has ever seen. By the time I was 10 years old, I had witnessed what most people won't in an entire lifetime. I basically raised myself on the cold streets of the south Bronx. Now don't get me wrong, there were days that were good and sometimes I did feel "Lucky". This feeling subsided rather quickly though, just as reality set back in.

My plan is to share with you and take you on a walk with me through my realities of life; the chapters that make me who I am. We all have a story to tell; problem is most of us are never able to tell it! I refuse to let my experience, struggles and pain end in vain. I refuse to! I hope that through my stories you are able to find peace in your own life or help others to find peace in theirs. This is my goal, this is my ultimate purpose.

I look forward to taking you on this journey of hopelessness and despair, survival and triumph. I ask you keep an open mind and allow me to be who I am. Put yourself in my shoes and feel what it's like for me to have walked in them a long time ago. Take this walk with me, as I take you through the life and times of Lucky Cesar.

I feel lucky to have you along for the ride!


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Lucky Me
Lucky Me

Lucky Me:The Life and Times of Lucky Cesar is the unbelievably true story of one young man’s struggle with day to day life...(cont'd)

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