Should We Still Take the Knee?

Some seem to think that because we score goals, run fast, shoot basketball well, sing and rap beautifully that it will make people stop being racist. Racism is not a fickle emotion expressed by fans because their team isn’t doing well. It is a type of mental illness that causes one set of people to undervalue and undermine the worth of another set of people. … Continue reading Should We Still Take the Knee?

Hurt People Hurt People

Jamaica’s current homicide rate:- 46.5 per 100,000 is the second highest in the world. We still only have a population of 2.9 million people in a geographic area no more than 11,000 km2. Jamaica became an independent nation a little shy of 60 years ago. How did we manage to achieve this unenviable position of second in the world with homicide cases? Total murders in … Continue reading Hurt People Hurt People

The Downfall of Many Men

An African mental health nurse once told me that three things will destroy any good man: alcohol, gambling and women. We don’t need peer reviewed studies in some top tier journal to confirm what we already know. Irresponsible living destroys the strongest, richest of us all. Intemperate men are a danger to themselves. The unwillingness to retain control over variables that can inflict hurt or … Continue reading The Downfall of Many Men

Selecting a mate to mate with

Is this the person you want to be the mother of your children? The moment we see someone, their physical appearance speaks to us. Unconsciously or consciously, we note their physical attributes. The texture of their hair, height, shape of their face and lips as well as their size. If you’re a man, certain anatomical features get observed instinctively and the same for women. What … Continue reading Selecting a mate to mate with

Grove Park in Seasons

Situated in the southeast of London is a quiet and peaceful town called Grove Park. Adjoining towns are Lewisham and Bromely which are more well known. I decided to track the Chinbrook Meadow over the different seasons. This park was visited by none other than Desmond Tutu who at one point lived in Grove Park. It’s interesting to see how the environment changes over the … Continue reading Grove Park in Seasons

Best Food Experience in Bath – The Circus Restaurant

The Circus As we came upon this quaint looking building with dim lights, a few wooden chairs loosely arranged around small table, it was The Circus Restaurant. At first glance, my wife was not impressed. I remember her saying, lets go somewhere else. She definitely wasn’t “feeling” this place. No bright lights with huge chandeliers or ostentatious floral arrangements. I insisted that we go and … Continue reading Best Food Experience in Bath – The Circus Restaurant

Pictures of Bath, An Old Roman City

Old Roman Roads There are many interesting sights and scenes in this well planned town. From Roman columns to centuries old roads to unique bridges along the Avon river, the views are absolutely picturesque. The monochromatic buildings made from stone are signifying mark of the town. Nothing seems out of place, even the newer buildings conform to the dominant Georgian styles. Night Lights  The Bath … Continue reading Pictures of Bath, An Old Roman City