GEORGE TOWN,Cayman Islands (CMC) - The People’s Progressive Movement (PPM) emerged as the winner in the general election in this British Overseas territory, according to results announced on Thursday.
The PPM, led by Alden McLaughlin, took 9 of 18 seats, just one shy of the majority while former Premier McKeeva Bush ...more »
FOR many, the New Year is a time to get rid of the bad and embrace the good. Ensure this New Year that you get rid of the bad things in your life and stop the actions that will have karma coming back to get you.
Watch the people you hang around. There is an old adage that says 'show me your friends and I will tell you who you are'. Some persons have negative energy that will suck the life out of you. So if you find yourself with these negative influences, this would be a good time to let them go and surround yourself with persons with positive energy.
Watch the places you go. Seek to visit places that will uplift you rather than force you to hang back with the brutes. Don't let your desire to mix and mingle cause you to make choices that will ultimately deter you from being in a place that will empower you mentally.
Avoid dream killers. Some persons you put your dreams to will shoot them down before they can even get off the ground. Confide only in persons who
Avoid stressful situations. Be clear of just what it is you wish to achieve and push towards it. While you're pushing, ensure that you don't step on others along
Don't hurt the little man on your rise to the top. Remember, what goes around comes around. Don't hurt people on your journey to greatness, as those who hurt others are
bound to fail. Be kind, be respectful always.
Don't 'sin'. Whether it's lying, stealing, cheating or committing any transgression, ensure that you don't partake, as your bad deeds will come back to haunt you, when you least expect it. Live a wholesome life, and your rewards will be great.
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