By Dennis Rounds
Kava sessions in Western Fiji can be quite “intellectual” with discussions around the tanoa ranging from fishermen’s tales to “bush lawyer” arguments about politics, democracy and the economy.
I recently heard one argument made quite eloquently about history and age. The two, in typical “Fiji speak”, were described as “cousin brothers”.
The grog-induced “intellectual reasoning” was that both have one thing in common – the benefit of hindsight!
Living in retirement, I’d like to think I have 65 years of “hindsight” tucked under my belt. I submit (with accompanying humility) that qualifies me to “reflect” without – as our Attorney-General would say - “languishing in . . .