About Me

         Being vegetarian makes me hungry!!My name is Daniel Diaz and I am on a mission to help as many people as I can. It might sound cliché but if I get to the root of what I feel is my purpose in life, and I’m sure that I am not the only one, that statement sums it up in a nutshell.

         I have been involved in many different ways of doing this but none of them have ever been my own. From volunteer work, to working for non-earthmanprofit organizations, to making the personal decisions of being sober and vegetarian, I have had a passion to not only help others but lead by example and make it a point never to ask of anyone what I am not practicing myself. I have been trying my best to make sure that all of the decisions I make, in my life, are open minded to others and to be open minded in how others interpret them. The only thing I ever hope for is to inspire and motivate everyone around me towards an idea. To believe in yourself and the power we all possess to do good without the need of acknowledgement or expectations.

  I know it sounds romantic but in my own experience, this idea has carried me through a lot. I have been through enough to know that hope is never a bad thing and some times the only thing we got.         


Another passion I carry is in writing and performing poetry. As a practitioner of these, I do my best to find inspiration whenever and where ever it blossoms. The true moral of what I am trying to do can be found in poem I had committed to memory the moment it came into my life.


“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.

Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.

It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us.

Your playing small does not serve the world.

There is nothing enlightening about shrinking so that other people don’t feel insecure around you.

We are all meant to shine, as children do.

And as we allow our own light to shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same.

As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.” 

                                      By Marianne Williamson


         volley spinThe original version was written with a religious overtone. However, as a spiritual person rather than a religious person, I prefer this version. We all have our own beliefs and I make it a point to respect that. So long as the root of that belief is the same, to be good and to practice that goodness unto others, as well as ourselves.The morning sun.  




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