Just Read It

Just Read It

  • 23 March 2016

We live in fast changing times where, job creation is at its lowest, the gap between the rich and the poor is widening every year and security threats are increasing. The only one who can fix these issues and more are people with resources, be it with money, knowledge or skills. The upcoming generation must start to seriously think of how they can do their part no matter how small it is, to help make the world a better place. Every single one of us is an ambassador; just without the official title. We are ambassadors for our religion, family and country, and that is why we have to be the best we can be in order to support the government in promoting the key values of peace, tolerance and progress. However, the only way that we can realize that we are good ambassadors is by benchmarking the values portrayed by other nations around the world. We need to have the right “attitude” and believe that this is important and required from us by our leadership. Our leadership has always emphasized the importance of being competitive not only as a nation but as a people that will drive this country forward amongst the rest of the world. When the leadership initiate initiatives such as innovation, reading, etc. they want the people to focus hard on these initiatives for their own good so that we can become better prepared for the difficult times ahead.

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Wednesday 23 March 2016

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Wednesday 23 March 2016

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