It doesn’t matter what country or culture: If the bride is happy, everybody is happy!
Spark of the Day is our little reminder that we can live and work together on this planet if we become like children and appreciate each other and the wonders of our home called “The good, good Earth”.
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The Future Centre Trust will be represented at the Dancing Under The Stars event from 8pm on Friday December 3 at the Garfield Sobers Gymnasium with a 3 minute performance by Yours Truly. To assist in the promotion of said event, we are here to encourage you to enjoy an evening of unique performances (a once in a lifetime for some) and the excellent talents of some accomplished dancers who have represented Barbados in several spheres.
Come and support the event on Friday!
Tickets are available from the NCC Office in Codrington, St Michael, NCC at Folkestone Marine Reserve, CS Pharmacy, Jeans Inc at Sheraton and Fisherman’s Pub at Speightstown. Also available at the door. Door prices are $30 for regular seating, and $40 for ringside.
Come and enjoy an evening of dance and fun!
The Future Centre Trust
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What is your mirror image?
by Kammie Holder
Barbados as a sovereign nation became independent from Britain 44 years ago. As an island we have achieved much in the last 44 years, thanks to the foresight of our past leaders. Most Barbadians, enjoy a standard of living which is the envy of many of their neighbors and others. Free bus fare for school children, free lunch for primary school children, free health care and free education. How much better can it get? A per capital income of $19,300 and a Human Development Index Rating of 42 out of 169 countries.
However, have our progress and successes blinded us from being strict guardians of our fate? Continue reading