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and his mother, Lisa.
Sisters, Marina, left and Richelle,
with their mom, Sandra Roberts.
its readers to
share the greatest
life lesson that
and her mom, Malani:
“She has taught me that
I can do anything, all I need
to do is trust in myself and
in God and I could accom-
plish anything possible.”
and his mom, Lisa:
“My mom has taught
me many lessons,
however the great-
est lesson so far has
been to always have
God at the centre
of whatever I do
for through him, all
things are possible. I
hope she enjoys her
and his mom,
“My mother has taught
for me and no one else. She
encourages me in all that I
do and says that I should
pursue whatever I want
because of me and not
because of anyone else.”
Marina and Richelle and mom, Sandra:
“The biggest lesson is that we can
achieve whatever we put our minds
to as long we dedicate ourselves
fully to it. Also, we should take
advantage of opportunities we get
because they’ll bring us one step
closer to our goals.”
Stefan Roberts: Keep your words
soft and sweet, you never know, you
might have to eat them.
Melina Hutchinson: My mother taught
me to make do with what I have and
never envy others because you don’t
know what they went through to get
what they have. She would always tell
me never hang your hat where your
hand can’t reach.
Lynnet Hessic: My mother taught me
how to pray “Gentle Jesus meek and
mild.” She stood behind me at our
kitchen table and taught me how to
use a knife and fork. She had the most
Vash Mcl: My mom died when I was
two; she was only 19 years old with
a heart condition. She still had me
despite the danger the pregnancy put
her in. From this I have learned to
give everything you have no matter
what the consequences are. Some-
thing good will come out of it. Her
sacrifice is what has me here today.
Lisa Ettiènne: She taught me to
be strong and independent.
Raymond Seejagat: Save your
money; buy what you need not
what you want.
Harry Ramharack: Talk to God before
you talk to me.
Shirley Reshma: Don’t damn the
bridge you have to cross.
Thomazine Peters: Be thankful to
God for what you have and always
be grateful. Bless the Lord at all times.
Basdai Premchandsingh: If you don’t
know where you going any road will
take you there.
Keston Singh: Lying is a sin. And never
be out after 6 pm “you is not the man
in the house.”
Lorien Ramsaran: My mom always say
do good and good will always follow
you. Never disrespect others, always
respect people older than you, and if
people saying bad things about you,
don’t take them on because they are
not boring no holes in you. Today, I
am teaching my children what my
mother taught me.
Anjanie Motiram: Rich people stay
rich by living like they’re broke.
Broke people stay broke by living
like they’re rich.
Saif Greenidge: Sense make before
Pat Godin’: People are the most valu-
able, most important things on earth.
Anyssa Gomez: Always pay your
debts, among a million and one other
Angel Angel Douglas: Don’t depend
on anyone but God, among others
Ansaar Mohammed: From small we
have learnt about putting God in
front and if we want something ask
or work and get it.
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