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Letters To The Editor, 25th, October, 2018

Straight Talk Simon Hazelman, Savusavu Watching and listening to FijiFirst gen­eral secretary Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, in his “Straight Talk” interview with Vijay Narayan makes one see the difference in calibre of
25 Oct 2018 10:53
Letters To The Editor, 25th, October, 2018

Straight Talk

Simon Hazelman, Savusavu

Watching and listening to FijiFirst gen­eral secretary Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, in his “Straight Talk” interview with Vijay Narayan makes one see the difference in calibre of the man and it also dawned on me why some are so against him!

Many are just not ready for such an advanced professional and are finding it hard to contemplate his intelligence.

He is so ahead in his thinking of de­velopment and progress that I believe if he were to debate against all opposition political candidates at once, he would embarrass them all.

And if they were smart enough and listened carefully, he would offer them valuable lessons!

This formidable intellectual is the smartest politician/parliamentarian we’ve ever had so instead of wasting your time barking nonsense, first ask yourself if you could even achieve a tiny fraction of what he has!

One has got to be brainless and stupid not to recognise how fortunate we are to have his service.

He complements our strong-minded, no-nonsense, visionary Prime Minis­ter to the T! A stand-out orator and a class act indeed! Literally, intelligent, straight talk by far!

Positivity Key to Success

Hassan Ali, Lautoka

We need to reduce negativities in our lives.

How can we be more positive?

Is it hard? No, it is the other way around. It is the easiest thing in the world. You don’t seek assistance from outside. It is not available there.

Where is it available? It is available from within. Have we heard many times that change comes from within?

Have we done anything to seek it out from there? No, because negativities still abound. To know this read the newspapers, watch television, surf the internet for news. You will see there.

So for our own sake and for the good of many others take refuge in yourself.

The more positive vibes we generate through positive thinking, the better our lives are going to be.

That no one will make it better for us is an established fact except we ourselves.

Reading about how to be positive, writing about how to be positive, talk­ing about how to be positive all appear to be a waste of time as these have not worked.

Only powerful technologies – the Tech­nologies of Consciousness are needed as aid to help us create a phase transi­tion in the individual and society.

Once positivity is established, and it takes only a little while for this to hap­pen, all our material and spiritual needs start to get satisfied including a feeling of a profound state of peace and hap­piness and freedom from suffering and sickness.

What else do we want?

Only Savusavu can

Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa, Suva

Three years ago, my younger brother gave me an ordinary wrist watch which he brought from the United States.

By last year, its glass was broken and its band also gone. I have tried getting the watch repair shops in Suva to fix it for me, but all of them told me that it was better for me to buy a new cheap watch. They did not know that this cheap watch has a very sentimental value to me, so I kept it and been walk­ing around without a watch for the past one year.

While in Savusavu last year, I was im­pressed with a watch repair shop next to the Savusavu Market, who had fixed a problem with a friend’s watch.

So, when I travelled out there on Fri­day, I took my glass-less, not working watch to this watch repairer to fix.

A new glass, new battery, new pins and new band cost me $25.00. I was so happy that I shared to the watch repairer the story behind this watch and its senti­mental value to me.

He replied: only Savusavu can! I added, Io, Savusavu ga sa rawata!

Keep Fiji Clean

Manoah Kaleca, Nakasi

Everybody is talking about climate change these days, but we seldom get the same attention for the rubbish that floats on our oceans and spoils the im­age of our shoreline.

One just needs to take a walk along it to see the impact. This is our beloved nation for crying out loud and it is eve­ryone’s responsibility to maintain and keep it clean.

It is as simple as putting our rubbish in the bin. I truly believe that it is about time to train and have our own environ­mental police unit to monitor and tackle this problem. It can be done!

Feedback: jyotip@fijisun.com.fj



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