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The benefit of deep breaths
Let me commence here today by asking you a simple question, which of course I want you to answer with complete candor. Now here goes with the question — are you inclined to get frustrated a whole lot when things do not go your way and therefore fre...
 
 
Thank God for the good nuns of Haiti!
Since the advent of Francois Duvalier into power in 1957, the destruction of the institutions in Haiti has been so pervasive that thank God we still have the good nuns who, withdrawn from partisan politics, have concentrated on turning the young girl...
 
 
Applying lessons to solid waste management in The Bahamas
The recent fires that plagued the New Providence Landfill in early March of this year were a turning point for many residents on New Providence who suffered the shutdown of schools and public facilities, and who, in some cases, were forced to evacuat...
 
 
Be courageous and speak His Word
“So do not be afraid of them. There is nothing concealed that will not be disclosed, or hidden that will not be made known. What I tell you in the dark, speak in the daylight; what is whispered in your ear, proclaim from the roofs. Do not be afraid...
 
 
Kingdom ambassadors
Jesus stated that His kingdom would come, but we cannot go to a place and say here is the throne and here is the king’s physical residence, so this kingdom is unusual to the human mind. Jesus went so far as to say ‘this kingdom is within you’, ...
 
 
Are you a doubting Thomas?
I do believe that just about everyone in my reading audience is familiar with the term doubting Thomas. It simply means that a person is negative in the extreme and thus does not believe anything that you tell them. Let’s give you an example — le...
 
 
The importance of television blackout periods
As you can tell, this subject about indiscriminate television viewing is really a pet peeve of mine, because I have realized over the many years how dangerous it can be to human relationships, the brain and personal development. It is amazing how so...
 
 
The Gambier House bubble and syndrome
Following its humiliating election defeat, shell-shocked PLP mandarins and officials gathered at the party’s Gambier House headquarters to hear from Chairman Bradley Roberts and outgoing leader and deposed Prime Minister Perry Christie. The wan ex...
 
 
Learning is a lifelong project
As most of My Valued Readers know, I’ve been around on Planet Earth for quite a while; after all I’ve lived through World War II as a young boy growing up in Birmingham, England and remember well spending many a night in bomb shelters as the Germ...
 
 
The Freeport crisis
It’s no exaggeration that Freeport faces an economic crisis. It’s also true that this crisis spans several years and government administrations. Many businesses in the city, with perhaps the exception of those in the industrial sector like The Fr...
 
 
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