Today we explored Grenada. We had a practical experience of what it means to give a helping hand.  Firstly, Kenrick Riffin showed us the way to a lovely natural waterfall.  We had a fabulous time and would have completely missed it if it was not for him.  He is actively working to encourage the next generation to come back to agriculture, herbalism and natural living.  So inspiring. So we went to lunch together. We were eating in a restaurant and Kenrick recognised his school teacher of over 45 years ago.  It was a lovely reunion. Kenrick's ex-teacher lives in New York now but was in Grenada to building a tennis court to support the development of young talent in the country - a helping hand.  We also talked about the old tradition to work together to dig each others fields so that more work could be done that way. Then Simon and I got lost in the bush and spent hours trying to get back on track.  It wasn't until we met Frankie that we got back on track.  He helped us by showing us the right road and we helped him by giving him a lift to where he was going.  I am adding this to my list for this year... How do I actively give a helping hand at least once a day in daily  life. Imagelife...

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