Allison Ing-But

Allison Ing-But


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9 years ago @ http://trinidadexpress... - Worthy of her crown | ... · 0 replies · +3 points

("...the hate against non blacks...")? Indra, puhleese, is it that YOU consider yourself one of those "non blacks", lol!!!!!

9 years ago @ http://trinidadexpress... - Invest in you first, m... · 0 replies · +5 points

All so true - we need to stop using terms like "better half' and 'two shall become one" - ideally, it takes two complete individuals or at least one or other or both being a definite 'work in progress". Can't claim to know anyone else until you know yourself first.

9 years ago @ http://trinidadexpress... - What your mother-in-la... · 0 replies · +6 points

Interesting article, but re: the point that states : 'Tell her she did a good job raising her son' - well I gather that is assuming she did, otherwise - ' I cannot tell a lie....,'

9 years ago @ http://trinidadexpress... - Govt to pay for funera... · 0 replies · +10 points

I feel sad for this mother. I truly do....I am a mother myself and this type of grief is incomprehensible. However, the father is grieving as well especially with Father's Day around the corner. So too is the little brother, and he needs his father AND mother right now. The little I have heard from the father, he sounds hurt, grieved but grounded. There seems to be a measure of spiritual perspective seeping through his comments. All things happen for a reason. Even the very bad ones. It is especially difficult to face the lessons when they are to convict us about our own actions. I would never criticize this mom, she did a splendid job in raising those two beautiful girls. However, she said they were her identity and from all presented, it seems as though she almost lived through them. When we approach life this way sometimes the very thing or person we put our ALL into may be taken away - to. teach. us. a. HARD. but. necessary. lesson. ,, Ms Waddell, if by any small chance you read this, your girls were beautiful, precious, intelligent and all other good things....But they were not your identity. Thank God for the time you had with them, celebrate their life and certainly grieve their passing. Pray for their souls, however, find (or re-discover) YOUR identity in your Creator, and remember you still have a husband and a son who need you.....Please accept my condolences...

9 years ago @ http://trinidadexpress... - I TOLD THEM NOT TO GO ... · 0 replies · +1 points

I agree with you that these parents should be proud of their offspring. These girls all accomplished much in their relatively short lives. Not only academically, but socially as well in the quality of their friendships and familial relationships . I hope that their parents while going through the grieving process, get to the point where they 'celebrate' the lives of their children even whilst grieving their loss. I, too, am truly sorry.....

9 years ago @ http://trinidadexpress... - I TOLD THEM NOT TO GO ... · 0 replies · +3 points

I find those parting words to her daughters, "Love you...God bless...Reach home safely" be haunting and almost an ironic choice of words, since they have indeed gone "home"...I, like so very many others feel so intensely for this mother and all the friends and family of all victims involved. Painful as it is, though, I have read where the twins' mom stated that the girls were her identity. Clearly, they were extremely close. However, one of the lessons we learn even in the midst of heart-wrenching tragedy, is that if you are a believer then not Man, riches nor even children should be 'idolized'. Always put Him first, for when tragedy strikes He is our strength and that which even many of the unbelieving call upon, to uphold and for support when circumstance such as these bring us to our knees.

Though we may lash out and question 'why'??? Ultimately the realizations comes that He is God, He is ALMIGHTY, and all that we have whether health, riches, children, come through His Grace. In all things, including raising our Children - put Him First, and He will direct our paths..... Ms Waddell, do not 'blame' God, they were precious gifts from Him, yours only for a time. Now as in all other times, draw closer to Him and entrust the spirits of your beautiful girls to Him as they have now indeed returned 'Home'.....God Bless You...

9 years ago @ http://trinidadexpress... - Noorulain Agha | Trini... · 0 replies · +12 points

Darin Ganga is talented, articulate and handsome. Nice to see that he has married a beautiful, creative and ambitious young woman....I'll surely visiting her store when it's opened and I'm in the Woodbrook area. I wish her every success...

9 years ago @ http://trinidadexpress... - THREE DIE IN CRASH | T... · 0 replies · +8 points

How sad for their parents in particular. What was a double blessing 18 years ago is now grief x two,,,,I feel for them...such beautiful young ladies....May their souls rest in peace, and may their parents and loved ones by whatever means be consoled and find peace during this difficult time and in the years ahead....May God Bless and Comfort You All..

9 years ago @ http://trinidadexpress... - Is it a bad idea for w... · 0 replies · +1 points

Enjoyed reading your contribution - and with regard to your statement "Repercussions in life do not always occur fact it takes decades to reveal themselves" very, very true!!

9 years ago @ http://trinidadexpress... - ‘UNGRATEFUL&rsqu... · 0 replies · +4 points

Nice response....and so true.