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Letters To The Editor, 10th February, 2016

Valentines Day Floyd Robinson ,   Nasinu   Have the red roses become sweeter and fresher? What about the baby angel with an arrow tip poisoned with a red heart. One
10 Feb 2016 10:30
Letters To The Editor, 10th February, 2016
Letters To The Editor

Valentines Day

Floyd Robinson ,   Nasinu

 

Have the red roses become sweeter and fresher? What about the baby angel with an arrow tip poisoned with a red heart. One can observe this angel hanging in almost every shop down town.  Like it or not, Valentine’s Day is around the corner.  It won’t be long before love is in the air and as usual, dominated by commercial interests.

Is love so cheap that individuals are taken away by advertising?  Like it or not, love is longer and deeper than just a special day in February.  Anyway, like the lyrics from one of Jim Reeves songs which goes something like ‘send me the pillows that you dream on’ is not cheaper but has depth than some of those advertisements driven by profit making interests.

As according to Anne Murray, it’s like a dance for the rest of a lover’s life, in other words, a magical moment that lives beyond one day in a year. Anyway, happy loving and keep loving for as long as life allows.  In this current heat with temperatures of about 36 degrees Celsius, one can expect a steamy build-up towards Valentine’s Day. Oh and it’s still warmer at night. Is there a link between climate change and Valentine’s Day?

 

Community message

Pramesh Sharma ,   Suva

 

Kudos to Vision Fiji for their initiative on promoting the Community Message on Fiji One TV

“It’s after 10pm; do you know where your children are?”

With the recent spate of events where grown-ups are caught in odd situations well after midnight; is it timely to have a message saying….

“It’s after 10PM; do you know where your parents are?”

Just a thought!

 

Praise for Rosie

Tomasi Boginiso ,   Nasinu

 

Congratulations to Rosie Tours for charter flights from China and your ground handling for the Taiwan contingent.

Tony and his team have done a great job for Fiji especially because February is period when fewer tourists visit our shores.

But you manage to bring relief to the tourism workers who are usually out of work at this point in time.

There are a lot more markets out there but with your dedication and loyalty of your team you would easily discover them.

Keep it up Rosie we are all behind you all the way.

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