PROVERBS AND LIFE: SUCH A PARADOX

I want to share another poem from my archive, written as a youth It’s all about life, and I assure you, it’s not necessarily every body’s truth. Remember that to each his or her own, as one man’s heaven is a next man’s hell Envy not a man’s success, because you never know the things he gave up or even sell. I have seen the wicked growing old and flourishing like a big green bay tree While the righteous dying young and perishing and losing their liberty.

MY BROTHER’S KEEPER

Last week, I saw countless messages of merry Christmas and happy new year. People wishing each other prosperity, success, and lots of good cheer. Yet they didn’t even stop to help a little child, or the poor to wipe away a tear You see, it’s a calendar love affair, cause deep down, very few people really care.

TITHES AND OFFERINGS: BIBLE LAWS OR SCAM?

It is better to help the poor and needy rather than give tithes and offering to a church and its priest or pastor. A contrite heart and a defender of the poor and less fortunate are the best tithes and offering one can give. It is more Christlike than tithes.

COLOURED

Why give god a colour? After all, isn't colour one of the major reasons for the hatred, bigotry and prejudice that is helping to destroy the brotherhood of man?

EASTER: TRICKS IN TRADE OR MISCHIEVOUS IN BUSINESS

You see, the system is such that we live in a world where fallacy, fiction, fact, and truth are so blurred it is almost impossible to tell the difference. Lent and Easter are two good examples. Are they really facts or fiction or fallacy? What is the truth?

Let us pray for ….

Praying for our daily bread is deemed proper. So is praying for our safety and well being. Praying for victory over our enemies or for the damnation of the oppressors also seem fitting. However, seeking forgiveness for self and for our transgressors become more challenging.

NATTY DREAD LOCKS VS DREAD LOCS AT SCHOOL: JAMAICAN COURT RULES FASHION DREAD IS NOT RASTA

A child’s right of expressions of religion is protected but the child must prove he or she belongs to a religion.