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Turning life around this Lent

In Trinidad and Tobago, the sunshine and the rain, that gladden and refresh the earth, the hills and seas and plains speak to us of God’s love.

This society, in which we Catholics form an integral part and play a major role, has become very angry. It is reflected on our roads. It is reflected in our lack of respect and kindness we have for each other. It is reflected in our daily dealings with each other—roughly and abruptly, especially in the services sector.

Look as well at how we treat our environment. Everybody knows that our beaches are almost always in a mess, quite like the streets of our cities and even areas close to our homes.

There are so many reasons why we live in a society that is angry and negative. Manners and soft-spoken attitudes have been thrown out the window and replaced by gruff inquisitions by those placed in positions to help.

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