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If it is Corpus Christi (Fete Dieu), it is also the Book Fair Fiesta festival day in Haiti!
For the past 23 years, Le Nouvelliste, the oldest Haitian newspaper, combined with Unibank, has launched (usually in June), on Corpus Christi (Fête Dieu) Thursday a book fair that has become one of the major cultural events not only of Haiti, but of...
 
 
Gossip is a useless pastime
As today’s title simply puts it, gossip is a useless pastime. Yes indeed it is. In The Bahamas where I presently reside, gossip, or “sip sip” as the locals put it, is very prevalent indeed. I contend that people who gossip have two flaws in the...
 
 
Educating leaders to care
In many organizations, the claim is that leaders show little concern to care about those they manage. The same happens in politics, where in many Caribbean countries people feel that after an election they are jettisoned, and the personal interest of...
 
 
Fatherhood is much more than biology
“Fathers, do not exasperate your children; instead, bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord.” – Ephesians 6:4   I am amazed at the many men who die and their obituary indicates that they left to mourn numerous children...
 
 
Work gives worth
I’ve actually heard people say, “If only I had nothing to do all day long, I’d be happy as can be.” To which I reply, “That’s what you think.” Believe me, I’ve had to go through long periods of doing absolutely nothing and it’s extr...
 
 
A Kingdom without physical location?
Who are the believers and followers of Christ and what is their identity, status and role on the earth? This is a very complicated question and it is hard for one who is outside of the Kingdom to understand, but this issue is critical in determining ...
 
 
The power of love
The month of June is a very special month in my family. This is the month my late parents got married. Hence, my sister, Ann Albury, was reminiscing about the kind of love our parents shared and was inspired to write about it with me. The following a...
 
 
Extend your hands to lift the fallen
“I have been very jealous for the Lord God of hosts for the children of Israel have forsaken thy covenant, thrown down thine altars and slain thy prophets with the sword; and I, even I only, am left; and they seek my life, to take it away.” – ...
 
 
The FNM’s mandate for change and bold reform
After the FNM’s and Hubert Ingraham’s historic defeat of the PLP and Sir Lynden Pindling in 1992, the deposed party and leader cockily bragged that the election was an anomaly; that the FNM could not govern the country; and that the PLP would ret...
 
 
When do you want to begin?
I was talking to a young man a little while back who was inclined to consume large quantities of alcohol just about every evening after work; and then at the weekends he’d really go to work by getting absolutely wasted, as that well known saying so...
 
 
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