Re: rugged terrain & all the other disadvantagesMay 17 2011 at 10:10 AM
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Where there's a will, there's a way. Amen.
Okuk higway is the picture.
We wouldn't know if we don't try. I don't know bout u but damn, I ain't livin' vida in a place that feels like 50 000 years ago. Im used to certain luxuries now u know, cars n planes for travel, computer n books for understanding, notes n coins for trading, etc. It's about moving forward not being stagnant.
The reason she got independence is to use her own resources and build a stronger better nation. She had split from Australia to face her challenges on her own, ain't nobody's gonna wipe her a**.
If she care for her people, she would make em' happy. She wouldn't want em' to walk for miles on bare foot, she wouldn't want their garden produces rotten n wasted, she wouldn't want em' to build huts but houses n buildings, she wouldn't want her cities flooded with hoods causing nuisance, she wouldn't want her mothers crying, her fathers sweating, her children hungry.
She would look for ways to generate massive income and tackle her obstacle confidently.
Mr Tears in my eyes n Mr still too expensive.
What are ur ideas n thoughts in answer to the original thread? What are ur thoughts on how we can distribute resources, goods and service throughout PNG, to increase our world competency economically? Walking? Canoe?