Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : September 25th 2014 Contents A8
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Thursday, September 25, 2014
There are four goals (Purusharthas) in the world that
people aspire for. They are Righteousness (Dharma),
Wealth (Artha), Desire (Kama) and Liberation (Moksha).
Realising God is the worthiest and highest goal in life.
When such God is seen, realised and a close relationship
is established with Him, the happiness one enjoys then,
that state of liberation, that principle of love has been
called as devotion of the highest order (Parabhakthi).
This devotion is liberation itself; it is attaining oneness
with God. Liberation is the ability to look for unity in diver-
sity, rather than calling out the obvious differences.
Attaining Parabhakthi is not easy. It is definitely possible
for those who yearn and work towards it. Do not get con-
fused that you are unique and others are different. You
will be in doubt if you miss the principle of unity in your
daily lives. So long as there is doubt, you cannot realize
the eternal truth.
What is the highest and the
most worthiest goal in life?
Bhagawan lovingly points out
and also explains how to attain
Devotion to the Divine will give you bliss, prosperity
and peace. - Baba
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SELF HELP GRANT
Senior pharmacist Robert
Soogrim yesterday defended the
"integrity and efficacy" of Sure
Cure products and services, say-
ing the only thing the company
is guilty of is "having a distinct
He was responding to claims by
United States company Great
Healthworks that Sure Cure is
making medical claims without
proper clinical substantiation, while
disparaging its Omega XL product.
Soogrim said he was baffled by
the company s complaint that Sure
Cure, in "tiny T&T" is crippling
"Sure Cure is not in the least
bit fazed by this latest tantrum-
throwing over the overwhelming
success of its product. It s not the
first and will not be the last. It
comes with the territory of sig-
nificant success and petty market
share rivalry. This is absolutely a
case of petty sour grapes whining,
which of course is very unfortunate
and pathetic for professionals in
the corporate world," he said.
Soogrim said Sure Cure has a
firm policy of allowing the success
of its products to do the loudest
talking on its behalf.
"The real test does not come
from spurious, arbitrary lab tests.
The real test is in the compelling
testimonies of the users of the
products, as seen on TV, heard on
radio and ventilated otherwise. It
only stands to reason, and logic,
that if a product is less than
authentic, or fake, it can in no way
yield the calibre of results so preva-
lently associated with the Sure
Soogrim said no documentation
had been sent to them by Great
Healthworks enquiring about Sure
Cure s Omega Ultra.
"We have none. Nothing. No
lawyer has ever contacted us and
we believe that it is a case of mis-
Asked if there were concerns of
any lawsuits in the near future, he
said: "Not concerned about that
at all either."
He said while Pastor Dr Winston
Cuffie was a part of Sure Cure Ltd,
the company s health-based prod-
ucts do not fall under his purview.
Questions about the authenticity
of Sure Cure products were raised
in a news story carried on CNC3.
Executive producer Sampson Nan-
ton reported that in a letter dated
May 1 to the Ministry of Health,
attorneys representing Great
Healthworks raised concerns about
the sale of Omega products locally.
The US-based company said
they were unaware of any studies
regarding the ingredients in Sure
Cure that would support claims
being made in its advertising and
asked the Health Ministry to
launch an investigation into Sure
Great Healthworks claimed they
hired a private investigator to check
the composition of the Sure Cure
products by sending the Omega
XL product and the Sure Cure
tablets to the ISSI Laboratories Inc
in New Jersey. On August 20, Dr
Yesu Das, of ISSI lab, presented a
report which found that while
Omega XL contained 18 ingredi-
ents, Sure Cure s Omega Ultra con-
The Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) says
Republican status should bring with it a new level
of citizen involvement in national life, a new sense
of responsibility and a higher standard of account-
ability by public officials particularly the politicians
who are in office.
In its Republic Day message the party said: "We
have the spectacle of the Prime Minister s Office
issuing statements which state untruths, such as the
Chief State Solicitor writing a letter to a citizen (Dr
Wayne Kublalsingh). The Parliament passes amend-
ments to the Constitution which will alter the way
in which we elect MP s and therefore choose gov-
ernments yet these amendments were never discussed
by citizens. The criminal justice system has almost
collapsed with less than ten per cent of violent and
white collar crimes being punished by the arrest,
trial and sentencing of those who are guilty.
"Successive governments (PNM and UNC/PP)
have between them spent close to $700 billion in
the last 15 years and yet 150,000 people---15 per cent
of the population---still live below the poverty line
and sustainable economic development is still not a
The MSJ said citizens must recognise the problem
'It is a case of mischief'
Pharmacist defends Sure Cure:
Shameena Ali, of Phoenix Park, California, collects a grant from
Surujdeo Mangaroo, chairman of the National Commission for Self Help
Ltd (NCSHL). The NCSHL distributed $900,000 in grants to residents of
Couva at the offices of the Couva South MP at Camden Road.
PHOTO: VINDRA GOPAUL-BOODAN
really lies in the construct of the First Republic and
that "the mere changing of the guards by voting out
a government every election simply gives us exchange
and not real change.
"The second challenge is to fashion a consensus
on a vision for T&T. The third challenge is to arrive
at policies that can move us from where we are today
towards the achievement of the shared vision. The
fourth challenge is in the implementation of the poli-
cies in an efficient and effective way," the party said.
MSJ calls for more accountability
Pastor Dr Winston Cuffie
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