The sacred festival of Christmas that celebrates Jesus’ birth – in a lowly manger, a long time ago in the obscure little town of Bethlehem – was a sign of the divine desire for worldwide peace and of compassion for the common folk.
Jesus’s birth brought a message for mankind that is recounted in St. Luke’s gospel in the Holy Bible which proclaims: “Glory to God in the highest and, on earth, peace, good will toward men.”
Christians and non-Christians alike can observe this festival by promoting peace and goodwill between each other – in our homes, factories, fields, offices and schools and in our neighbourhoods and communities.
Let us embrace the universal values of peace and goodwill and extend to everyone the Guyanese tradition of hospitality this year and in the future.
Let us all work together towards creating a culture of peace and goodwill.
DPI, GUYANA, Tuesday, January 23, 2018 Residents of Anna Catherina and surrounding areas will soon benefit from an Early Childhood Development Centre which is slated to be commissioned in March. This was disclosed by Regional Executive Officer (REO) Denis Jaikaran in an interview with the...