A long journey trying to give meaning to “What your life is all about?”, to giving birth to “What your love is all about!”, sums up in a few words Bruno Sahut’s self-discovery, from France to Canada!
It all started in a French kindergarten, helping others fight against bullying; then in elementary school, tutoring classmates into the meaning of solving mathematics; to, from 1968 to 1980, various student union president mandates as head of his school and university; three life-threatening motorcycle and car accidents; 13 years of personal guilt of excruciating personal family drama and his parents’ acrimonious divorce while lying between life and death on his hospital bed; finally, his fortuitous encounter with his future wife in 1976 at the Sands Hotel Resort in Tunisia’s Djerba Island and in 1981, their wedding in Paris, France, followed a few months later by his immigration to Canada with his Canadian wife.
In 2007, Bruno Sahut’s destiny came calling again to help those in dire need of universal and unprejudiced love. In 2009, Bruno Sahut became a government fully accredited marriage commissioner for the province of Saskatchewan, with the power to legally wed under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms those whose eternal love and commitment for one another is depicted in his book of delightful short stories I Do Wed You… How We Met!.
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I Do Wed You...How We Met!
by Bruno Sahut
On July 17, 2009, I was appointed by the Deputy Minister of Justice as the first Bilingual Marriage Commissioner in Regina and in Saskatchewan.
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