Simpson Miller’s Week From Hell, The Minister Demands Another Report and Fighting for Peace: Saturday, September 3, 2016

With a new month, almost on cue everything feels different. The intensity of the summer is gone, but rain clouds constantly gather. For some reason, however, the storms deliberately bypass our little dry garden. It’s most upsetting. And so is this week’s news… I am sad about the People’s National Party (PNP). Some very unpleasant stuff … More Simpson Miller’s Week From Hell, The Minister Demands Another Report and Fighting for Peace: Saturday, September 3, 2016

A Disconnect, and Goodbye: Our Journey With Flow Has Ended

It was a bright sunny Monday morning, and I got up with plans for completing one article and writing a blog post in my mind. I had deadlines to meet. You see, I plan my days around writing. It is not only my favorite occupation, my raison d’être. It also provides me with a modest … More A Disconnect, and Goodbye: Our Journey With Flow Has Ended

African Postman: The Seychelles, making a “revolutionary connection” to the African mainland

Today’s African news item is about the Seychelles.  Now, we may not realize that this string of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean is, in fact, a part of Africa, to the north-east of Madagascar.  It has a population of just over 86,000 – the smallest in Africa – but is highest in the Human … More African Postman: The Seychelles, making a “revolutionary connection” to the African mainland