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Reopening the wells of life

By Fr Donald Chambers

In the Queen’s Park Savannah, there are numerous wells identified by the Water and Sewage Authority (WASA), in dark and light blue trademark colours. These wells consist of mechanical pumps and pipes to access water for domestic and industrial uses.

Sometimes, wells are abandoned due to contaminated water or the depletion of the water source. If circumstances change, wells can be reopened. The bottom line is that without water and the means to access it, life becomes meaningless.

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