Category Archives: Philosophy

Obama’s Visit to Hiroshima Highlights Trump’s Scary Nuclear Gaffes – Chemi Shalev

Obama’s Visit to Hiroshima Highlights Trump’s Scary Nuclear Gaffes

As the president mends fences with old enemies, from Cuba to Japan, Trump seems happy to ‘rattle’ the international community.

Obama at Hiroshima

Obama at Hiroshima

Chemi Shalev – Haaretz

Barack Obama’s visit to the Memorial Peace Park in Hiroshima captured the main headlines of most serious newspapers on Saturday, but the news networks’ coverage kept to a bare minimum. Ratings-wise, it was hard for the history that Obama was making in Japan to compete with the hysterics that Trump was sparking with his faux-agreement to a television debate with Bernie Sanders. Between the sublime and the ridiculous, the latter won hands down.

It’s hard to conjure a starker contrast. Obama is intent on bringing down old walls while Trump is erecting new ones in their stead. Obama clears a path through complex situations with careful rhetoric while Trump tramples his way to the top with all the sensitivity of a bull in a china shop.   Continue reading

Kelly Hyles returns home for Jubilee Celebrations – Gives advice to students – video

Kelly Hyles returns home for Jubilee Celebrations – Gives advice to students… Never let circumstances hinder your success. 

Published on May 23, 2016 – A brilliant Guyanese teenager – Kelly Hyles – who has excelled academically in the US, has returned home for the Jubilee celebrations. She’s encouraging Guyanese students to never let circumstances hinder their success.  She will attend Harvard University in September.
Read news report from the Daily Mail newspaper below:

Guyanese immigrant Kelly Hyles, raised by single mother working two jobs gets accepted by 21 colleges including all eight Ivy League schools  [Daily Mail]

  • Kelly Hyles came to New York from Guyana back in 2009 aged just 11
  • Mother Anetta got two jobs working 15 hours per day to support her   Continue reading

Simon & Garfunkel: Bridge Over Troubled Water+The Sound of Silence – 2 videos


Simon & Garfunkel – Bridge Over Troubled Water – Madison Square Garden, NYC – 2009/10/29&30

It’s a moment most will never forget and one that will go down in music history. With 13 Grammy’s to it’s name, this Simon and Garfunkel song proved to be one of their best. It’s stood the test of time as 45 years later we continue to enjoy it as if it was released yesterday.   Continue reading

Black Muslims support some Donald Trump ideas, says Louis Farrakhan – 2 videos

Donald Trump – Black Muslims support Trump

Draw your future – Take control of your life – TED Talk video

Draw your future – Take control of your life – TED Talk video

Published on Mar 27, 2015

Ted Talks Featuring the amazing Patti Dobrowolski

The beginning of a good life – By Ron Persaud

The beginning of a good life – By Ron Persaud

Opinion - commentary -analysisI recently celebrated a birthday – a significant one!
I decided to leave the routine of working for someone else – to someone else! I have all the house I will ever need, all the car that I can ever drive and enough income to provide for my other needs; which I have always managed to downsize when necessary. This was learned from an uncle, a tailor, who would often say, “cut your jacket according to your cloth”.

Shakespeare identified Seven ages of life and Hinduism  Only Four. In either case, I feel that I have embarked on that “las’ lap”.

So, for the rest of my life I will focus on two things – my physical and my spiritual, well being.  Continue reading

Green- Green Grass of Guyana – Thirty Two Poems – By Dmitri Allicock + video

Green- Green Grass of Guyana

Thirty Two Poems

By Dmitri Allicock

Green Green Grass of Guyana

Over the green hills where macaws fly
And under those cloudy Demerara’s sky

There is a pathway which crosses a creek
Where the tea- water runs fresh and sweet

Read more, comment and share… Go to the….. Dmitri Allicock Blog

If You Want to Make Enemies, Try to Change Something: 16 Change Management Quotes


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If you want to make enemies, try to change something. Change, no matter what scale it is on, can be a source of stress and anxiety for many. However, it’s common for change management practitioners to view resistance to change as an irrational barrier to progress. Another school of thought is that resistance to change is a social process that can strengthen changes and help to eliminate undesirable change.

If you’re doing things the way you always have, you know by now that someone, somewhere is figuring out how to make you obsolete
The fact remains that change is necessary in all organizations. But, it is the way change is initiated which can so greatly vary. It can be forced upon companies by outside forces or just come from a realization that the company may be falling behind the times. In this way, change management might be…

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Chris Prashad – “A glimpse through the windows of my life!” + ‘Praise to my Mom & Dad – video

Praise to my Mom & Dad – video by Chris Prashad 

Bio of Chris Prashad – “A glimpse through the windows of my life!”

Chris Prashad

Chris Prashad

Hello I’m Chris Prashad and for those of you who do not know much about me I will try my best to paint a word portrait of my true self (no fiction) and hopefully through this medium, inspire you to take the reins firmly in your hands and change your outlook in life for the better henceforth.

You shall have just a glimpse through the windows of my life, what it was like growing up as I did, the hurdles I faced and overcame, my hopes and aspirations then, my music, and the real me. I will leave my siblings and my own family out of this as they too have their own unique stories to tell.  [Read more]

The Power of Timbuktu – By. Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Download –   The Power of Timbuktu – By. Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

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