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For Diwali should not really be a once a year observance…


‘This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine. This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine, Let it shine, let it shine, let it shine.’ The above is taken from an African American spiritual song. The … Continue reading

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Action Creates Change


Ideas are powerful; they transform the latent into the possible. By by themselves they do not create change. Change comes about only when those ideas drive action. And that is why I always question those who push ideas that say … Continue reading

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God consciousnesss is seva


There is absolutely no contradiction in being true to God and trying not to disappoint others. Living a God conscious life means a life of seva or service to others, which in today’s world is considered the highest form of … Continue reading

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Only action creates change


Ideas are powerful; they transform the latent into the possible. By by themselves they do not create change. Change comes about only when those ideas drive action. And that is why I always question those who push ideas that say … Continue reading

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Be all you can be?


When I was in the army the motto was ‘be all you can be’. Now I see that ‘mantra’ all over the place? So is it that most people are actually being all they can be? Because if this is … Continue reading

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Mental Health Unhealthiness


He posted a heart wrenching appeal, some time after midnight, a few days on the face book page of The Caribbean Voice (www.caribvoice.org), asking for help because he was having familiar feelings of the kind that had driven him to … Continue reading

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Please take politics of out of suicide prevention; this is about saving lives


The Caribbean Voice is deeply saddened by the fact that political posturing trumped the need to save lives as “a parliamentary motion expressing concern for Guyana’s alarming suicide rate, quickly descended into a politicised debate marked by blame-throwing” (as one … Continue reading

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