From Adversity & Challenges To Hope: The Story Of My Life

By Therold Prudent: My life has always been one of adversity, challenges, and triumph. At the age of seven, I was involved in a vehicular accident and left for dead near the edge of the Gros Islet–Castries Highway.

In the years thereafter, I faced numerous physical challenges arising from the accident; however, I finally recovered from all the injuries based on the knowledge that God had preserved my life for a very special purpose.
Some may not truly understand nor appreciate why I give of myself so freely, even amidst personal insults, as I continue to champion the cause of the poor and oppressed in our nation.
I do so not because of a need for public recognition nor a desire to benefit from future financial opportunities; rather, my actions are the fulfilment of a promise made many years ago to my mom that if I should survive this personal ordeal, I would dedicate my life to serving others. I’ve come a long way in life and have had many personal successes; however, my burning desire and commitment to serve in whatever form it is ordained will never die!
I am immensely grateful to all who have supported me along the way and served as genuine pillars of strength as I have pursued the fulfilment of my mission.
Finally, permit me to end with my favourite quote: “Some men see things as they are and ask, ‘Why?’ I dream things that never were and ask, ‘Why not?’”

7 COMMENTS

  1. Who the hell care of the story of your life your life story is yours not the public.is it the reason why you’re talking so much ba tise .

  2. Bible in a Year
    June 29
    New Testament Verse of the Day:
    Don’t let anyone capture you with empty philosophies and high-sounding nonsense that come from human thinking and from the spiritual powers of this world, rather than from Christ.
    –Colossians 2:8

  3. Mr. Prudent, it sounds like you want to become the next PM of fair Helen, right? Well, my questions to you are?

    1/.What is your vision for St. Lucia, as far as…Health care, Sports and Agriculture is concerned to name a few? We know that these areas have been neglected by the current powers that be?

    2/. Do you think that it would be best to bring our diaspora back home, judging on the food shortages and homelessness going on in the US right now, (to invest in their own land) or should we go ahead and bring Chinese to take over our lands for ninety-nine years?

    Give us your insight on these areas, please.

  4. Mr Prudent, sorry but you need to ask for this to be taken down, as St. Lucian’s will only continue to roast you. I don’t think anyone on here cares about your history…Sorry to say!

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