Welcome to Cafecito Break

A note from Rosangel Perez

There is a growing distrust between people.
A distant coldness covering society.

This scares me more than anything…

I value how good it feels to be with people.
I believe everyone has a story to tell.

I believe in hard work.
I believe in doing what you can with what you have.
I believe in big dreams and great visions.

I believe in protecting our freedom of speech.
I believe in our right to bear arms.
I believe in the right to defend ourselves.
and in the right to heal ourselves with nature.

I believe in our right to privacy,
In progress and prosperity.

I believe in right action.

I believe in prayer and thank you’s.
I believe in kindness and truths.

I do not support the victim-hood mindset.
I do not feel less privileged because I am a woman
or because of the color of my skin.

I believe in healthy boundaries.

I feel blessed to call USA my home.
I am Puerto Rican and I f*%king love that.

I am concerned about AI, 5g, smart meters, vaccines, and geo engineering.

I fear we are becoming human robots.

I worry about the growing separation between men and women,
adults, children, and old people.

I believe we were deceived about 9/11.

The children… We must do better.

I worry about people self censoring,
how many others are being censored
and others with good intentions are suppressing/censoring others.

I worry about the increasing surveillance on humanity.
There is always someone listening and/or watching…
As we share every detail with the social media world.
Are we aware of what may haunt us in the future?

We see words condemning many with no proof.
We witness a fragile society unfold.

What is happening to the art of a conversation?

In such a connected world, so many are disconnected and lonely.
Most too busy, burdened, over worked, tired, sick to notice.

I love people and life too much not to fight to thrive to be my best and share what I learn with others.

this is why I produce Cafecito Break

Be a part of our Cafecito Movement!
Cafecito Break Podcasts are hosted live and we love to host community events.

did you know that Cafecito Break Weekly podcast was started when I had no job. no home. no money, my stuff in storage, and I was sleeping on a friends couch?

We invite you to contribute to Cafecito Break.

Our visions include expanding our audience reach with marketing, advertising, hosting fees,   new equipment, host and co host fees, community events and a brick and mortar studio. We are co creating an active Cafecito Break Community where like minded souls can gather, ask questions, and suggests topics and create conversations that can lead to ideas and an active approach for living a happier healthier life.

Thank you for your support.  May it be multiplied!


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a bit more…

Since 2012, Cafecito Break Podcast has reached the ears of hundreds of thousands of listeners. We have produced more than 250 shows and have interviewed guests from many walks of life. We enjoy heart warming soulful conversations focused on truth, critical thought, and authenticity. Cafecito Break Podcast is an independently produced podcast.

Most of our conversations are hosted live and every time we share a podcast, we find that we learn something new about ourselves, our reality, and the richness of this moment.
Now we are taking our show to another level.

Thank you for the opportunity to share. Thank you for your contributions.
gracias, ra

Cafecito Break is produced by the Perez Sisters and Hosted by Rosangel Perez, Ruthie Guten, and Special Guest Co-hosts.

“We’re losing social skills, the human interaction skills, how to read a person’s mood, to read their body language, how to be patient until the moment is right to make or press a point. Too much exclusive use of electronic information dehumanises what is a very, very important part of community life and living together.” -Vincent Nichols