Enduring Suffering

first_imgThere was a certain town called Gee, surrounded by other smaller towns such as the Tee Town, Dweh Town and others. Tee Town and the other towns were smaller towns and Gee Town was a very big town.Citizens of Tee Town and the other towns lived happily, until Gee Town learned that Tee and Dweh Towns were rich in cash crops, such as rubber, palm trees, coconuts, among others.Citizens of Gee Town began to act wicked to the people of Tee Town, Dweh Town and other smaller towns. Whenever Tee Town and Dweh Town citizens were harvesting their crops, Gee Town people would forcibly go and take whatever they wanted. This was Gee Town people’s usual habit.  One day, Swen, a boy of 15 years and from Dweh Town got tired with the way Gee Town people were treating his people, so he decided to express his feelings to King Nyan of Gee Town.At a meeting the boy told bravely him, “Oh king, you have treated my people so bad that we don’t have our freedoms anymore but you must know that as a king, other people in this region have the right to live like everyone else.“You should not think that Oh King, only your people should have peace and prosperity and we ask for better treatment as human beings.”Thereafter, the unhappy king ordered and his men killed the poor boy. The boy’s death was felt by all the people who knew how brave he was to confront the wicked king of Gee. The Gee people continued their wickedness and tormented their neighbors.Though the people of the other towns cried out for deliverance from the burden that the people of Gee had imposed on them, deliverance did not come, many of the suffering believed that in due time, God, the maker of all things would set things right and therefore they endured their suffering under the wicked king of Gee.Editor’s Note: Marcy T. Forpoh is a high school student. He loves to read and write.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Pomeroon Farmers’ Association gets outboard engine

first_imgThe newly-formed Pomeroon Farmers’ Association was on Monday gifted a 15 horsepower Power Tec outboard engine from the Pomeroon Oil Mill Inc.Alfro Alphonso and Sons Enterprises General Manager Eric Gomes handing over the engine to Pomeroon Farmers Association member Rudolph GarrawayHanding over the engine, Alfro Alphonso and Sons Enterprises General Manager Eric Gomes said that the company decided to assist the farmers in the Pomeroon River who could not afford to transport their produce to market at Charity. Accepting the donation, association member Rudolph Garraway said that the group was very pleased with the gesture, as it was a timely one and would be used to assist farmers to transport their produce to market at Charity. He said that the Pomeroon farmers, especially those living in the canals, were very poor and the Association was formed to bring some relief to them.last_img read more

Gas Transmission Project seeking public comment on Environmental Assessment Application

first_imgTransCanada says the Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) will prepare a report based on its internal review and input from the working group and the public, after which they’ll submit recommendations on the proposed project to the Government of British Columbia.TransCanada also says if approved, the proposed pipeline will “safely deliver natural gas from a point near Hudson Hope to a proposed LNG facility on Lelu Island with the District of Port Edward.”The pipeline is approximately 900 kilometres in length.- Advertisement -The Application is available for review at the TransCanada offices in Fort St. John or their website http://www.eao.gov.bc.ca/.The EAO is holding an open house June 23 2014 at the Hudson’s Hope community centre between 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.last_img read more