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Expecting A Miracle In 2014!

William Shakespeare once wrote, “Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player, that struts and frets his hour upon the stage, and then is heard no more; it is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, ...

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Our Wishy-Washy Christian Traditions

Our Wishy-Washy Christian Traditions

By Rupert Johnson Religious traditions may be defined as long-standing sacred beliefs that have stood the test of time. Therefore, they should not be subjected to any form of political correctness. With regard to this point of view, it is ...

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Whatever You Do, Do It Well!

Years ago, I had the wonderful opportunity to attend the Boys and Girls Championships in Kingston, Jamaica as a media representative. This trip, I must say, was my most enjoyable trip out of all the many events that I have ...

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Remembering The Poor In Developing Countries

By Ashmead Ali, P.Eng. Pride Guest Writer With the season of giving for many Canadians at our doorstep, it might be worth taking a step back to consider how we should dispense with our hard-earned cash. I would like to ...

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“MADIBA”

“MADIBA”

By Dwayne Morgan Poet, Speaker, Social Entrepreneur   Beautiful Madiba, I struggle to find the words To tell you thanks; I don’t know the instruments One would use to measure a man Who has sacrificed so much For his people; ...

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Mandela, Mandela, Mandela

Mandela, Mandela, Mandela

By Devon P. Haughton Poet, Playwright and Entrepreneur   Mandela, Mandela, Mandela, A fighter of immense intelligence, Blessed with God-given patience. A durable giant, With the heart of a champion, And the courage of a lion.   Holding steadfast to ...

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Can A Woman Truly Ever Have It All?

Can A Woman Truly Ever Have It All?

Oprah Winfrey once said, “I’ve come to believe that each of us has a personal calling that’s as unique as a fingerprint-and that the best way to succeed is to discover what you love and then find a way to ...

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The Rise And Fall Of American Idealism

The Rise And Fall Of American Idealism

Friday, November 22, 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy’s assassination. I can fully recall the shock and dismay that reverberated throughout the free world. There is no doubt that this momentous event was a watershed in ...

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