“A better tomorrow” – by Fayah

Following up on my achievements after my successful climate compliance course that I did right here at the RVA, which I would say is one of the top 5 institutions in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. For all my readers and interested persons out there, who is interested in the 3 L’s. Long life, living sustainable and willing to Learn; RVA is the place to be.

After my course I was the headline of a brochure with a special cause, it read how to create a sustainable future for St. Vincent and the Grenadines and also sent a message to invite people into the Climate Compliance course. Since the completion of my course, many doors have opened for me. Opportunities keep coming, but I found myself, and I know who I am and my purpose in life. Which is to make this world a better place to live in, in terms of creating a sustainable way of living and promote eating healthy.

I am actually working with the institution right now in the organic garden, (mind you I just said organic) absolutely no chemicals! No GMO! That is why we are strong. Absolutely no GMO! I’ve involved in beach cleanups, community cleanups, GMO demonstrations and I’m loving every moment of it. It’s an awesome feeling with this fight I’m winning so get involved and fight for a cause.

RVA horray horray, Nice to know you’re here to stay.
Fayah Picture

A better tomorrow”

Yo could ah black like tha, white like snow.

RVA door is always open fuh yo.

So come on down, where we sit on solid ground.

Or fly on over, before it gets any later.

Yo don’t want to miss what’s on tomorrow’s list.

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“A better tomorrow” – by Fayah
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