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The extra mile
I overheard someone at a business establishment state the following, “I’m not going to knock myself out for these people,” — referring of course to his employers. “They don’t pay me enough.” When I heard him say that I shuddered in disb...
 
 
Grammy’s ol’ house
“Time marches on. The young get old, and the old get cold, time marches on.” – (Bahamian song)   It’s amazing how we think that, because we live in a high-tech world, all those things that worked “back in the day” don’t work anym...
 
 
Why the FNM won the 2017 election, pt. 1
“In democracy, every election is a learning process. You learn from every election, the one that you win and the one that you lose. And then you prepare for the next one.” – Salman Khurshid   The general election of 2017 is history, and ...
 
 
Haiti and its national and international debt status
Up to this date, around mid-May 2017, the national and international debt of the Republic of Haiti hovers around US$3 billion. This sum represents $1 billion of internal debt and $2 billion of external one. It is a very small amount if we compare Hai...
 
 
Manners matter
I grew up in my younger years in England and Ireland and, believe me, one thing that was hammered into us, both by our parents and at school, was to have good manners. Yes indeed, as today’s title simply states it, manners matter. I remember well w...
 
 
Grenada must not be repeated in Venezuela
Like everyone else, heads of government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) believe the ancient adage ‘once bitten, twice shy’. Back in 1983, they largely supported the U.S. invasion of Gr...
 
 
Live as ambassadors for Christ
Who is going to harm you if you are eager to do good? But even if you should suffer for what is right, you are blessed. “Do not fear what they fear; do not be frightened.” But in your hearts set apart Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an...
 
 
You don’t know how good you are!
Let me tell you a personal story here today, something which actually happened to me that changed my whole life. In the late 60s I joined Earl Nightingales’ organization, The Nightingale-Conant Corporation of Chicago. The company was headed by Earl...
 
 
Solving the crime problem
As a nation, consecutive administrations have grappled with the issue of crime in The Bahamas, as have many other administrations around the world. Having spent considerable time on the ground in solving crime issues, I have come to the unmistakable ...
 
 
It is a good thing to sing praises unto God
“The Lord sustains the humble but casts the wicked to the ground.” – Psalm 147:6   Come Saturday morning, I am usually up, like every morning, at 5 a.m., and I enjoy making up my bed with all the pillows in “stay there” mode. I reall...
 
 
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