We have the privilege of eating meals three times a day. On top of that, we eat snacks and have drinks galore! But, we’re not looking to see if there’s someone without a warm meal so we can share ours and make someone happy, we’re greedy and selfish humans. We take more than we can eat and only eat with our eyes, there are so many people around the world and in our country self, in Trinidad and Tobago, that’s not able to provide food on their table for their families. I’ll be honest with you, I am definitely guilty of wasting food and eating everything ridiculously! So, I’m not here to look perfect and be a show-off.
During this COVID-19 shutdown period, lots of people lost their jobs and they can’t even afford to buy necessities such as water, bread, and vegetables. I am a true witness of this, just the other day ago a friend recently came to me crying because she recently got laid off from her job that she was working at for the past fifteen years! Now that’s commitment if I should say. And now she’s not able to provide food for her kids because she’s jobless and there’s no income coming in.
Oh, how my heart breaks to see that there are so many people suffering in our own country and nobody is doing anything to help lower down the hunger rate or unemployment rate in Trinidad and Tobago. If the government is not stepping in to take action, then it’s up to us, the citizens of this nation to take up the flag and run and help make Trinidad and Tobago a better place. If we all work together we can achieve so much greatness in helping the less fortunate, the ones who cry for food and the jobless who’s at home not knowing what to do.
They think that they’re hopeless and life is over but it’s our mission and our responsibility to make them feel better of themselves and make them achieve greatness because they’re our brothers and sisters no matter race or religion. Because we are citizens of Trinidad and Tobago, together we aspire, together we achieve. God bless our magnificent country and it’s people as we help make this world a better place for all.
-Written by Aaron Matthew Beharry, previously known as Aaron Jhinkoo on The Official Website For Aaron Matthew Beharry.
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