Bullying among children is a great issue with which we continue to wrestle. Yet, while this is happening, nations are engaging in “international bullying”, aiming to force their political weight on others in the believe that “might is right”.
This was the view of Reverend John A. Rogers, Rector of St. Luke’s Church, which he expressed during a Multi-Faith Observance service yesterday morning to commemorate Commonwealth Day.
The event, which took place at St. Mary’s Church, was hosted by the Barbados Branch of the Royal Commonwealth Society. Attending the service was His Excellency Governor General Sir Elliott Belgrave, as well as Chief Justice Marston Gibson; Speaker of the House, Michael Carrington; and Labour Minister, Senator Dr. Esther Byer-Suckoo.
Delivering the Meditation, Father Rogers expressed his concern with the various forms of bullying that were occurring by adults...