Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Happy New Year

There is not much sweeter than seeing the year 2008 come to an end and welcome the New Year of 2009. It has been a busy year at several levels.

Personally, I have grown to appreciate that my work is not to sympathise with anyone but to work for the good of Malawi and the world. I have grown to love the environment and want to see people care for our country. I do believe in the proverb that “We do not inherit the earth from our forefathers, we borrow it from our grandchildren.” This means we must leave the world better than we found it.

This is crucial because he who returns exactly what he got is cursed. Remember the parable of talents given to servants? It is our duty to use the environment to optimum productivity without degrading the environment. The environment, I am sure, is the biggest story of our time.

This blog will continue to serve you in the best way possible. This being an election year, I will do my professional best to give you great writing. I am committed to synthesis, analysis and reporting beyond imagination.

Thank you for visiting this blog. Thank you for your comments. Keep them coming. I need your comments. Let us walk into the New Year together. Happy New Year, dearest.

1 comment:

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