Category Archives: Messages

Playing For Change Foundation – 31 Music videos – autoplaylist


Since 2007, thanks to your support, the Playing For Change Foundation has helped promote peace across borders by bringing music education programs and instruments to children in communities around the globe.

Check the playlist here ... pick the tunes you like or use the autoplay feature.


Gino Vannelli – Wheels Of Life – with Lyrics + cartoon

 Gino Vannelli – Wheels Of Life – with Lyrics

The wheels of life are turning so much faster
The restless hands of time pass me by
There are dreams I’ll never live to see
But as long as you believe in me
I’ll still feel them on the way
As I take life day by day
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2014 IN REVIEW – By Dmitri Allicock

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By Dmitri Allicock

Another year almost gone before eternal goodbye

Only a few days left and a brand new slate to try

A year of both good and bad and the in between

Tales of much drama and life on the world scene Continue reading

New Year’s Resolutions – By Dr Mike Evans – video

New Year’s Resolutions- By Dr Mike Evans – video

You are 10 times more likely to stick with a change made at the New Year. What’s your resolution??

Dr. Mike Evans is founder of the Health Design Lab at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of Toronto, and a staff physician at St. Michael’s Hospital.  Continue reading

Season’s Greetings – By Leonard Dabydeen

Season’s Greetings

(for all contributors and readers of Guyanese Online)

By Leonard Dabydeen


It’s that time of year

Season’s Greetings we share,

full of fun and frolic

holiday gifts to pick;

remembering family and friends Continue reading

A rich life with less stuff | The Minimalists | TEDxWhitefish

A rich life with less stuff | The Minimalists | TEDxWhitefish

Published on Apr 18, 2014

Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus, better known to their 2 million readers as The Minimalists, are the authors of several bestselling books, including EVERYTHING THAT REMAINS. They spoke at TEDxWhitefish about minimalism, the value of community, and discovering what makes people rich. For more info about The Minimalists visit


Don’t be the richest person in the cemetery – Food for Thought


November 16, 2014 | By Features / Columnists, Food For Thought

When we are in heaven – Our money is still in the bank.
When we are alive – We don’t have enough money to spend.
When we are gone – There is still a lot of money not spent.

One tycoon in China passed away.

His widow, with $1.9 billion in the bank, remarried his chauffeur.
His chauffeur said,

” All the while I thought I was working for my boss.
Now I realize that my boss was all the time working for me !!!  ”
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Pass The Salt – short video – funny!

Pass The Salt – Video short about technology and relationships… don’t text at the table kiddos!

Dancing in the Rain – a story about “Life”

Dancing in The Rain

It was a busy
morning, about 8:30, when an elderly

gentleman in his 80’s arrived to have
stitches removed from his thumb.

He said he was in a hurry as he had an
appointment at 9:00 am.

I took his vital signs and had him take a seat,

knowing it would be over an hour

before someone would to able to see him.  Continue reading

Suicide Prevention is Everybody’s Business – By The Caribbean Voice

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1936 Daly Avenue, Bronx, NY 10460, USA.   718-542-4454  *   

Guyana:  592-621-6111   *     592-223-2637

Suicide Prevention is Everybody’s Business

By The Caribbean Voice

The Caribbean Voice is a New York based NGO that has been involved in social activism since its launch in 1998. Currently it is focusing on suicide prevention and related issues in Guyana and the Diaspora and is working in collaboration with partners – other NGOs, businesses, socially conscious individuals, the media and various ministries in Guyana. Contact us at,, 718-542-4454, or in Guyana at or 621-6111 or 223-2637. Check us out on facebook at ‘The Suicide Epidemic’.

 Here’s what we know: Guyana suffers 44.2 suicides per 100,000 persons, or about 333 plus suicides per year – the highest rate in the world. Also, at a globally estimated 25 attempts per suicide, Guyana would have over 6660 attempted suicides a year. Also suicide is the leading cause of death among young people ages 15-24 and the third leading cause of death among persons ages 25-44, while in the 15-19 age group, it is the leading cause of death among females and the second leading cause of death among males. Yet the rate, the total amount of suicides and the total amount of attempted suicide could all be much higher since empirical evidence suggests that under reporting is quite significant. Continue reading


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