Monthly Archives: February 2015

Collaboration and Inclusion Essential to tackle Violence


  By Annan Boodram “A cluster crisis” developing into a ‘cluster syndrome” – this how The Caribbean Voice’s Norkah Carter has termed the accelerating suicide rate in Guyana, as suicide now seems to happen in clusters over any given time … Continue reading

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National Anti-violence Candlelight Vigil – March 37. Let’s All Take A Stand Against All Violence


  By Annan Boodram In an attempt to get communities across the nation involved in anti-violence, The Caribbean Voice is exploring initiatives that are inexpensive and that bring communities together. The March 27, anti-violence candle light vigil fits the bill; … Continue reading

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Let’s Cherish our Elderly


By Annan Boodram Under a facebook post of an elderly Guyanese woman, who committed suicide at Golden Fleece on the Essequibo Coast, another Essequiban asked ‘Where is Annan Boodram?”  This question saddened us tremendously if only because it seems to … Continue reading

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Karma – Not A Mathematical Concept


By Annan Boodram The concept of karma has been equated to the scientific law of action and reaction. It has also been approximated to the golden rule, ‘as you sow so shall you reap’ and to the adage ‘what goes … Continue reading

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Acharya Arun Gossai Lives his Message


By Annan Boodram Born in Guyana and raised in New York City, he embodies simplicity and humility and exhibits a refreshing open-mindedness that is the very antithesis of the mindsets of traditional religionists. This may be partly because Acharya Arun … Continue reading

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