At best, an easy life is somewhat unnatural, bland, boring, devoid of life’s greatest passions. Continue reading Know this… and nothing in this world will ever dim your light again
Over the years, several high-level leaders have asked me what I want. I have never offered a clear or even appropriate answer. It is not because I didn’t know. I just thought they wouldn’t care. The answer is simple – I want our political leaders to find ways of dealing with their distrust, suspicion, and fear towards each other; I want them to be honest with the citizens who vote for them; and I want them to work towards a more inclusive system of governance that truly benefits the people. Continue reading On Guyana’s 55th Independence Anniversary – Will trust ever be possible for us?
Every relationship teaches us fundamental things about who we are, and what we truly desire. Continue reading Every relationship is a life lesson
by Sara Bharrat Know that I have loved you longer than rain loves the green, green leaves dancing wildly against it to a rhythm set by the only witness, her sister, the matchmaker wind. Like her, I have loved you as a tiny seed floating, gently, gently to the tune of sister wind, before finally fluttering to mother earth on a final note, carrying a … Continue reading When I find you
There he lay, forever still, alone, gone. It is an image I will never forget for as long as I live. I screamed for the first time in my life as if it would open a gateway from my soul to the world, as if the old house, the trees, the very air could help to carry my pain. Continue reading Grief – A journey for a lone traveler