Daily Archives: October 23, 2018

GUYANA SPEAKS: Reflecting on Jonestown – 40 Years On – London UK – 28th October 2018

 

From: Juanita Cox

Guyana SPEAKS will reflect on this fateful day with input from the following speakers: Captain Gerry Gouveia, Eusi Kwayana and Rod Westmaas.     Continue reading

CANGO – Canada-Guyana Outreach Mission to Guyana – Report for October 21. 2018

This Report has been prepared by CANGO
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Good morning from beautiful Guyana….already its very hot but there is a nice breeze blowing and I am so happy to be back in the land of my birth.

We just got back from Moruca and are presently in Charity and will be on our way to the Upper Pomeroon in a very short time. There is no internet service in the Upper Pomeroon so I will not be posting until tomorrow or Tuesday.

The Atlantic was slightly rough going over to Moruca yesterday morning, but this morning coming back the water was smooth as glass. The Moruca River was also very calm.          Continue reading

CANGO – Canada-Guyana Outreach Mission to Guyana – Report for October 20. 2018

October 20 at 9:45 AM  –  REPORT

This Report has been prepared by CANGO

Well….we have arrived in Charity after an awesome early morning ride on the ferry. Weather is a bit overcast with some rain showers, but it is still HOT..lol.

We are now waiting for our boat to take us on to Moruca. Essequibo. Guyana.

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CANGO – Canada-Guyana Outreach Mission to Guyana – Report for October 19. 2018

October 19 at 10:24 PMThis Report has been prepared by CANGO

Yvonne, Cyril and Judy – part of the organizing team, have arrived safely in Guyana. Thanks to Roxanne Reece, Lawrence Kanhai, Anna French, Nadine Hing and the staff and crew at Fly Jamaica for helping us transport the wheelchairs, IV pole and numerous bags for the mission. We had a small glitch with customs when we arrived in Guyana, but eventually everything sorted itself out and after a few hours were transported to Georgetown accompanied by Delroy from the Ministry of P

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GCC – Guyana Christian Charities – October 2018-Newsletter

Dear Friends/Volunteers/Donors/Supporters:

Attached please find our October 2018 Newsletter.   Kindly forward the newsletter to your friends and family who might be interested in the work that we do and would possibly like to join or assist GCC in helping the poor and needy.

We really don’t know how else to say THANK YOU … SO … please accept our sincere thanks and appreciation to all who have supported us over the many years.  Your commitment has helped us to assist those in need in Guyana and elsewhere, including charitable organizations and institutions with objectives that are similar to GCC’s.

We look forward to your continued support.

May God Bless you and your family always.  All the very best for the upcoming Christmas Holidays and the New Year.

Members of Guyana Christian Charities (Canada) Inc.

Download: Guyana Christian Charities – October 2018-Newsletter

Wisdom Through the Ages by Gary Girdhari – By Rosaliene Bacchus

Three Worlds One Vision

Front Cover - Wisdom Through the Ages by Gary Girdhari

Front Cover: Wisdom Through the Ages compiled by Gary Girdhari

Wisdom Through the Ages by Gary Girdhari is a handbook and daily companion of selected quotations from humankind’s great thinkers, past and present. A former Professor of Biology (PhD) at the University of Guyana, Girdhari is concerned about the deteriorating state of modern civilization. As “an ardent believer in the mass psychology of change,” he seeks “to ventilate [his] views and reflections through the minds of really great people presented in this volume.”

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.
~ Margaret Mead, American anthropologist (p.127)

In the Introduction, Girdhari recounts that his first encounter with “quotations from outstanding persons” in primary school had a profound and lasting effect on his life. Later, as a young school teacher pursuing undergraduate studies, he had aligned…

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