Forty years at the service of training for several generations, a whole professional life dedicated to justice, human rights and equity, Mimose A. Janvier had distinguished himself by his piety, his discipline, his integrity, his courage and his generosity.
Tuesday June 30, 2020 ((rezonodwes.com)) – The planetary matrix languishes in many decades before giving birth to such human species endowed with science and consciousness of this enviable level such as the one posted by judge Mimose Alexandre Janvier. Like Martin L. King, Nelson Mandela and Mother Theresa, the spirit and the soul that inhabited the body of this woman with a big heart had benefited from a singular divine anointing.
The reference to these three legends of humanity, Nobel Peace Prize, by comparison with Mimose Janvier, is not naive. Yes, this fascinating soul hatched in Gonaïves in 1960 which marked and transformed hearts, minds and lives during its sixty years of earthly existence, deserved well in return for its magnanimous works the most shimmering crowns of recognition. Were it not for the political and lobby cachet on a global scale which prevailed in appointments but which it lacked, posthumously or anthum, the name of Mimose A. Janvier at the gallery of immortal personalities of the caliber of undeniable Nobel recipients of peace, would have been a judicious and objective decision.
Religious training, education, justice, social, Mimose A. Janvier gave himself to heart and devoted himself energetically to promising projects before God and to benefit of humanity. Founder of “Le Paradis” high school, founding member of the ARC foundation, co-founder of the international Recadrer-Haiti foundation, president of the national and international prayer chain, responsible for the children's choir and the ladies' group of the Baptist Church of Flon, distinguished personality of several organizations, president of the organization of women judges – CHAIFEJ, the specialist in investigation of financial crimes committed and conveyed an ideology of sharing knowledge, know-how and intra and intergenerational interpersonal skills. Never has an ordinary human been so selflessly motivated in so many promising initiatives to fascinate the minds, amaze the brains and illuminate the paths of others.
A flood of positive testimonies, various horizons
Without prejudice to gender, age and socioeconomic class, this important level of unanimity in sincere testimonies of humanity and respectful treatment of an “official” personality of this ilk does not run the streets towards his fellow men. A model of wisdom, a source of motivation for the serious executive, a benchmark in matters of probity, a remedy for the hungry, the widow, the orphan, the disinherited and the persecuted, God offered us a loving and dynamic Mimosis always ready to help, advise, stimulate and supervise in virtuosity. By her prowess, all-round, the local, national and international institutions in which she sat recognize a virtuous soul, a curious spirit, a judge animated by the perspicacity of Solomon and a faithful outcome of the filiation of Abraham.  The born teacher set out to shape treasures and rough diamonds in terms of both science and conscience, to refine them and put them to use for society. “Teach the child the way he should go; and when he is old, he will not turn away from it. ” The teaching of Mimose was juxtaposed with this canonical principle of family education conveyed by the Holy Scriptures, in Proverb 22. She reveled in telling with passion the victorious course of Esther to indicate to young girls the gratifications of the path of courage , dignity and loyalty. Intellectual curiosity, taste for prayer and a sense of solidarity interspersed with faculties of decoration and culinary arts, a host of young girls fashioned at the Mimose school have developed theoretical and practical versatility. Major assets that are of great use to them both in the fold and in the diaspora to better manage their family relationships and at the same time extend professional prospects.
The private residence of Mrs. Mimose and the Reverend Pastor Rosemond Janvier served as a family dormitory, a friendly environment and hospice to welcome children, young people and the elderly into hospitality with a view to strengthening their self-esteem, guaranteeing them hope, nourishing and arming them physically, intellectually and spiritually.
A philanthropic foundation in homage to Mimose A. Janvier
Duty of gratitude and memory, impeccable are the perspectives of the big family raised by Mrs. Mimose consisting of designing a charitable foundation and implementing noble projects in order to promote visions and values embodied in the photogenic genes of this divine light. There is no better way to keep the torch of social justice, of sharing and of protecting the most vulnerable lit fervently by this brilliant woman who lived with others and who made others live.
Hundreds children and young people have taken or regained a taste for life and hundreds of lives have been redirected towards the church path, towards healthy and loyal behavior after being sharpened and exposed to the salutary advice of this multiple godmother godchildren, all ages. Dozens of young people who have become academics and dozens of men and women with overwhelmed spirits have savored the blessing from which the Janvier family has been gratified.
Besides the community of Flon, the main beneficiary of religious works and social groups of this divine family, the surrounding areas, Léogane, Port-au-Prince and entire Haiti can rejoice to rub shoulders with religious and community leaders who sacrifice themselves to put themselves at their bedside when they are in need.  From Paris, Sao-Paulo, Montreal, Florida, New York, etc., the motivation of many beneficiaries of the religious and social works of Mimose and of the Reverend Pastor Rosemond Janvier to set up the solidarity structure in support of the most needy has reached its stage of maturity. Other steps are to be taken in the next few days. Even in his death, the spirit of the memoir of a Masters in Law from the University of Montreal continues to crystallize the dreams of a just and equitable society through brotherhood and generosity. Such personalities never die.
Actions to be undertaken, to replicate and to perpetuate
It is true that the angels celebrate with great pomp the arrival of this legendary soul in the Father's house. But, an opportunity has escaped the vigilance of humanity and a dignified society, that of savoring the presence of such a woman at the highest summit of strategic affairs of our nation. It’s not Jeanjean’s pleading to “give the world to women”. Because, we sadly saw many cynical Haitian women also drenched in all embezzlement. Rather, our purpose is in the interest of placing dignity, decency, science and conscience in meritocratic positions. Leveling up, positive externalities, multiplier effects of the fruits of wisdom, justice, quality and efficiency would have been the incalculable benefits of the ideal of Jean Price Mars who pleads for the interference of elite in positions of highest responsibility.
We cherish all the time the wish to see our country and the world ruled by inspiring souls, of this sought-after lineage like Mimose Janvier, who reconciles the two key factors of wise governance, science and conscience.
Like a romantic film which leaves its memorable memory in the psyche of lovers, Mimose always aromatizes with its scent of exquisite, justice and love the places blessed by its radiant presence. In the professional sphere, the colleagues of the basoche saw in it a woman with integrity, punctual, respectful, disciplined and efficient. His precious advice and companionship are constantly sought by those who aimed for righteousness and excellence.
She had not received divine power to transform water into wine, open the eyes of the blind, heal the Cancer. On the other hand, during his earthly journey, Mimose A. Janvier performed, alongside the Reverend Pastor Rosemond Janvier, many miracles through the material and immaterial works deposited in the memory and the subconscious of children, students, young people , comrades and collaborators.
An extract from my book, inspired by the reading and the gaze of this exquisite woman
Exceptional characters, in the shadows or in the light, are carriers of the virtues and the divine values coupled of formation of level and quality. There are those who have done great service to humanity, but hidden behind a certain modesty and therefore little steeped in the determination to actively integrate into political life. This category poses secretly like Picasso's paintings completed, but not exposed to admirers of beautiful works. By this idea, we understand that the recipients of the Nobel Prizes are not necessarily the most worthy of praise and awards in return for the accomplishment of achievements marked by altruism and magnificence.
Like a lamp that must reveal its luminosity in order to triumph over darkness, we would hope that the exemplary hidden human creatures will be actively mobilized to advance the divine vision which bases its foundation on the increase and dissemination of collective well-being.
In “Smart governance”, ideas and projects for sustainable development “, I write: Science and conscience, a panacea for good governance. Science and conscience represent the essence of luminescence which celebrates excellence and which gives meaning to human existence.
The reference personality which came to my mind first of all (particularly on the political level ), is without question, Mimose Alexandre Janvier. She was a critical reader of my first book and was targeted to preface or postfacer it. Too bad!
A light went out; a mapou has fallen; a fascinating person left for the afterlife, this June 13, 2020. A worthy daughter of Haiti, a friend, a counselor, a confidant for the young, a mother for all the children, a remedy for the slain souls, a hope for the desperate, a formator of minds, souls and hearts. Source of tenderness for widows, protector of orphans, Mimose A. Janvier was an exceptional woman!
Justice has taken a heavy blow; education has suffered a huge loss. A soul in the service of others will forever be missing from our churches and schools. Mimose A. Janvier embodies generosity, love, courage, peace, solidarity and justice.
Let us therefore try to keep it alive in our life, in our hearts, our gestures of love towards others and through respect for the values of probity, decency, efficiency, loyalty and dignity.