July 23, 2008

WHAT WOULD YOU HAVE LIKED TO CHANGE

Posted in Education, Messages, Philosophy, Religion tagged , , , , , at 5:19 am by randallbutisingh

Randall Butisingh – Newspaper Interview: Question 7 of 10.

WHAT WOULD YOU HAVE LIKED TO CHANGE IN YOUR LIFE?

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Randall Butisingh was recently asked a number of questions by a newspaper feature writer. This was the seventh of ten questions with the answer. We will feature these questions and answers in ten blog entries:-

Question: Randall, if you had anything in your life to change, what will it be?

Answer: I would not like to change anything in my life; for whatever has happened in it in the past, errors and omissions, failures or achievements, has brought me to this point where I am beginning to see the light. I am at present where, because of my age and lack of mobility, I can propagate my message of love to the world by way of the Internet.

 

However as an old teacher, I would have liked to be in a situation where I could have accessed more children as they are our investment for the future. We must however, all of us, use our God given talents to its fullest capacity to do what is best in the sight of the Lord, that is dedicated commitment to the service of those in need. We can each of us as a legacy to future generations plant a tree whose fruit we will not eat or under whose shade we will never sit.

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