Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan has denied claims of ethnic cleansing of T&T’s East Indian community via the property tax.
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The seed called THOUGHT
There’s a time to sow and a time to reap. Every single day we are sowing seeds. These seeds are the thoughts generated in our minds. We feed ourselves with these thoughts and could be sowing for our futures without even knowing it. Let’s do some purposeful sowing! Seeds can, like the mustard seed, be used to eventually reap a great harvest, or they can become destructive manifestations in our lives. Let’s face it, whatever we feed grows; good or bad. Every minute of our waking day we are consciously or unconsciously sowing seeds of hope or seeds of doubt; seeds leading to great accomplishments or seeds leading to great despair. What have you been sowing lately? Are you harbouring (feeding) negative thoughts about yourself and/or others? What are the predominant thoughts that occupy your mind? If we give the smallest seed (thought) a place, it can find root. At first you may not even be aware that it’s there, but over time when the nutrients reach, it starts to shoot up.
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