Memories... Are like keys.. They open doors And trip up floors where good & bad coalesce.. Then evanesce. They take you on stairways to heaven. Or train rides thru dark places With strange and familiar faces; Like riding on a mile high wave So High! You've got to be brave! Or crazy! Brought on by … Continue reading Memories
Oh! To master the process! Still, we do our best. Til we find that from deed to mind our bodies' reactions can be unkind... downright mean, most times. Still, be of cheer; you did your best, didn't you? (Even if said best turned many heads to laughing, the support of cause worthy has been achieved, … Continue reading Let’s Work Out! A Poem for Sonya
I have NO time to hate, under-rate or denigrate, as these concatenate to create a reprobate: A Love I a deal wid, Positively. Positivity me say. So, if & when you are negative and you see me go neutral, a wait I a wait for you to come positive. But I naa go wait too … Continue reading No Time For Negativity
Life is a constant struggle. It shouldn't be. At least, it shouldn't be perceived as such. The situations seen as struggles might just be the opportunities you've been seeking. Look beyond your current situation to see what's really being presented to you. Reason with your higher self, and with The Highest One. There may or … Continue reading Struggles
If you hate pettiness in whatever shape or form, then never you be petty, in any shape or form. Even when it lets someone you despise rise. Even when you think you deserve an apology. Holding anyone or anything back is never productive, never positive. Put pettiness away! Let's make the high road our byroad!
1) Someone's getting hired! 2) Someone's getting fired! 3) Your new heart/kidney/lung is ready. 4) But you'll have to take it slow for the rest of your short life. 5) We can give you another camera. 6) But the pictures are gone forever! 7) Fortunately, dental plate work has advanced leaps & bounds … Continue reading 10 Things You Love (and Rue) About Replacement
For the quality of everyday Jamaicans' lives to improve, we must improve on our discipline. While much of the tenets of discipline are self-taught and a few others innate, most, and quite often the most important, are learnt by example. These examples are generally from our "first touch" experiences; our parents, our teachers, our elders … Continue reading Of Accountability, Discipline and Exemplary Leadership