THE EDITOR, Sir:
I must thank Carolyn Cooper for some interesting articles in recent months. They have certainly made The Sunday Gleaner more entertaining.
Her obvious love for discussing colour and penis can only help to shed light on these important national issues. My friends argue that you are 'a bag of mout'', but I cannot accept that readily.
I write to gently share my point that when the architects of our nation coined our motto, I am reasonably certain it was with a view to encourage racial tolerance, rather than racial division. After all, homogeneity of race in our society would be a weakness, in comparison to diversity, given our socio-economic profile.
Diversity allows for increased cultural and economic opportunities, improved tolerance, and the fostering of peace and harmony among our people. I am certain you can appreciate that while your statistical strengths might be spot on, the meaning behind the motto is more important.
In your quest for educating our people, I would appreciate your reflections on the meaning of the statues at Emancipation Park.