My father gifted me with . . .
. . . the discipline to order and organize,
. . . respect of time,
. . . the ability to reason and analyze,
. . . an interest in public affairs,
. . . perseverance in tasks,
. . . unbridled capacity to stay focused,
. . . the ability to work alone,
. . . the habit of rewarding waywardness with punishment,
. . . cautiousness.
. . . creativity and innovation.
My mother gifted me with. . .
. . . the art of social communication,
. . . teamwork,
. . . flexibility,
. . . being concerned for the neighbour,
. . . conviviality – warmth, hospitality, friendliness, cordiality,
. . . rewarding waywardness with love,
. . . solidarity,
. . . intuition,
. . . generosity of the heart,
. . . the ability to be jovial and light-hearted,
. . . risk-taking.
What a marvel of creation I am!
I am embodied with the wholesomeness of both Mom and Dad.
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I hope your father is much better, and welcome back to Trinidad and the LWC. You were missec
Pleasant Evening Father Don.
I pray Dad is doing better.
From the tiny island of Montserrat
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