Daily Archives: September 12, 2015

GUYANA: Capitol TV News Videos – 11 September 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA: Capitol TV News Videos – 11 September 2015

  • Address wandering children
  • No gold smuggling
  • Market vendors – Agreement
  • Gov’t waiting for repayment
  • Bank: Giving Back re Education
  • Carjacked
  • Sports

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THIS IS MY GUYANA – 21 Poems – By Dmitri Allicock

21 poems

   THIS IS MY GUYANA  

 21 Poems 

By Dmitri Allicock

My Beautiful Guyana such a sweet name to me
Sea of Green and Lush Scenery
Magnificent Birds overlook foaming tide
Golden Tamarin Monkeys scamper and hide
Rushing Rapids and Tumbling Falls aloud
Land of history that makes us proud
O sweet Guyana, land of many faces
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Obama has plenty of reasons to smile – commentary

Obama has plenty of reasons to smile

Opinion writer September 7 – Washington Post
Attention has been focused on who becomes our next president, but meanwhile the incumbent is on quite a roll.
Throughout his tour of Alaska, President Obama looked full of his old swagger. He took a photo of Denali — the former Mount McKinley — through a window of Air Force One and shared it via Instagram. He used melting glaciers as a backdrop to talk about climate change, posed with small children and large fish, and became the first sitting president to venture north of the Arctic Circle. 

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Strategies for Dealing with Toxic People – 2 articles

Strategies for Dealing with Toxic People – Zen Habits

toxicBy Leo Babauta – zen habits : breathe

Are there people who constantly criticize you, tell you that you can’t do things, make you feel bad about yourself, even yell at you?  These are toxic people.

Dealing with them is never easy, but it’s such a difficult problem that it’s worth looking at some strategies you might consider. I was reminded of this problem by a reader recently, who asked, “What if toxic people are my family? How do I shut them out? What if I can’t find the courage to rise above them?”   Continue reading