Overtures of accommodation

Dear Editor,

This was one of the more popular themes of the morning devotional talks given by Mr Eustace Wilson, the Deputy Principal of my High School. I was forcefully reminded of it the other day when one of our  newspaper commentators reacted negatively to my letter to the Editor in which I made the observation that the two party signs placed side by side in the same yard of a  one-family house in Toronto was indicative of a level of understanding and tolerance that is not as common as it should be in our divisive Guyana.

If we continue to be dismissive of the little overtures of accommodation of our diversity and tolerance then how will we be ever able to accept it as a preferable way of life?

Yours faithfully,

Nowrang Persaud

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