Jamaica’s Baha’i Community To Discuss Restorative Justice


Are you familiar with the Baha’i community in Jamaica? If not, this might be an opportunity to get to know them. This should be an interesting discussion. We certainly need more peaceful ways of resolving our disputes. The Baha’i Community of Jamaica will celebrate National Baha’i Day on July 25, 2017. This special day proclaimed … More Jamaica’s Baha’i Community To Discuss Restorative Justice

Amnesty, Tax Delinquents and a Bad Back: Thursday, July 24, 2014


Yes, the drought is still on and it’s miserable. Many Kingstonians, uptown and downtown, are without water some or all of the time. We are hanging on by our fingernails, and scouring satellite maps for any sign of clouds. Even more clouds would be nice. We just get burning sun, hotter every day.  So, our … More Amnesty, Tax Delinquents and a Bad Back: Thursday, July 24, 2014

Street Lights, Water and Summer Breaks: Friday, July 11, 2014


The last few days have been…well, interesting. High drama on the football front, with the spectacular collapse of the Brazilian team at the hands of Germany and the subsequent struggle resulting in a penalty win for Argentina. At the beginning of the tournament I bought three flags: one for Brazil (husband is a Brazil lover, … More Street Lights, Water and Summer Breaks: Friday, July 11, 2014