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Cheer yourself up
Do you know anyone who is constantly asking you to cheer them up as they’re feeling a bit down, or to use another popular expression, they’re under the weather? Well I do, and they always seem to say the same or similar things like, “I don’t ...
 
 
Rush to judgment!
“There's always such a rush to judgment. It makes a fair trial hard to get.” – John Grisham Since the Free National Movement (FNM) won the general election on May 10, 2017, there has seemed to be a frenzied shark-like attack on Progressive L...
 
 
Everything can always work out
Caribbean culture has conditioned us to believe that life is a struggle, that there are always hurdles, and even people with unwelcoming attitudes who will always make things difficult for us. Our history has been misinterpreted to make us feel as vi...
 
 
The saga and bravura of Haitian migrants
I was recently at the Toussaint Louverture airport in Port au Prince, Haiti, departing for New York City; the real action was not with JetBlue or American Airlines passengers leaving for the Big Apple, but with the LAN airline transporting Haitian mi...
 
 
Don’t talk it, show it!
Don’t talk it — show it! I watched a young man one day tell his mother over and over again that he loved her. I mean he was really laying it on, completely overdoing it. It was quite obvious that he was trying to get his mother to let him go som...
 
 
God’s Word has purpose
“As the rain and the snow come down from heaven, and do not return to it without watering the earth and making it bud and flourish, so that it yields seed for the sower and bread for the eater, so is My word that goes out from My mouth: It will not...
 
 
You’re really rich
Now D. Paul, with the title of today’s article, you’re really rich, I just know you’re not addressing your remarks to me, because I live in the poorer part of town with a single mother and we have great difficulty just making ends meet each wee...
 
 
Your assignment: the restoration of relations between God and man
As we follow the words of Jesus and subsequently the words of the apostles, it becomes clear that we have been given as a part of our diplomatic assignment, the restoration of relations between God and man. God and sinners reconciled. This is a wonde...
 
 
Kissing is a sacred act
This article should be enjoyable to read and yet still be serious at the same time. It is about kissing. Over the years I’ve written several articles on the importance of kissing in romantic relationships. On July 21 Annick and I will have been kis...
 
 
The companion virtues of gratitude and generosity
“Blow, blow, thou winter wind, / Thou art not so unkind / As man’s ingratitude.” – William Shakespeare   There is a nexus between generosity and gratitude. They are companion virtues. The most grateful people in the world are typicall...
 
 
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