Flood dreams

Fiji Sun - - Comment -

Joji Toroni­bau,

Tunuloa

While read­ing many let­ters about Natadra­dave (Flood Dreams), in Dawasamu and its tremen­dous ‘heal­ing power’, I did sit back and said to my­self: “Isa, had we known it that day, time and the hour, we would have bathed with wis­dom and be­lief to as­sist us es­pe­cially in our ex­ams and be ath­letic and be more en­er­getic for the many rugby sea­sons”. Hik­ing away from school was a norm, es­pe­cially to feel the ter­race of North­land Tarumba and for­age for guava, baked cas­sava, etcetera to com­ple­ment what had to be a mid­night feast for us who are lean, meek, and small in stature com­pared to the gi­ants of the se­nior ci­ti­zens of Vulin­itu.

Now, ‘flood dreams’ is mar­ketable to all Fi­jians now. My wife and her other sis­ters have com­pleted the cy­cle of vis­it­ing this mirac­u­lous wa­ter source this week. Thank you flood dreams.

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