Let’s forgive and forget

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Dear Editor,

 

We are all human beings and we all make mistakes. 

Nevertheless we all have different opinions and that’s why there is always chaos and confusion in the world today, because we can never all agree on anything.

However, we can mediate and discuss what is better for us.

The method that was done by our Heavenly Father. To mediate between God and men so that we may have eternal life.  

The appointment of the L.T.C Judges has led to some people questioning the decision. But what we can do about it now? The Judges have been sworn in and they have made their pledge to serve with honesty and integrity.  

The appointments were made by the panel, and the panel itself is headed by the Chief Justice. O ai la se isi e sili atu nai lo le fa’aiuga a le Fa’amasino Sili ma ana Faufautua? E lei so’ona tofia i latou nei e faia le fa’aiuga. 

So let’s give our new Judges our support prayers.  What happened in the past is gone. Let’s forgive and forget. 

If there was an issue between the letter writer and the Judge, make time to sort it out. Forgive each other. Give her a hug, and wish her the best of luck. 

You’ll be surprised, you will feel relieved and feel better after.

No one is perfect in any decision-making. Only God knows what’s in us and God selected this panel because they know what they are doing. 

They are professional qualified lawyers, they know their work in and out. They have been in their field of work for a long time.

“O Laui’a lava o le Moana”.  E le oni i’a o le tai papa’u. Ao  i’a o le tai loloto”. 

E aoga foi fautuaga mo le lumanai mo aso o sau. E le mua uma ni vaa. E alu aso sau aso.” 

You could be the next Judge. 

Ia manuia le fanau mai o le pepe o Kerisimasi, ina ia toe faafouina ai i tatou. 

God Bless Samoa!

 

Sulufau Afuamua Paulo


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