The importance of gratitude and helping others are some of the lessons Mrs. Patricia Eves-McKenzie learnt along her journey. The retired master teacher is a lover of life, God and positivity. She takes pleasure in helping people realise and achieve their goals, while reminding them that it is never too late to dream.
Luke Williams is a gem for creating a writing competition for Jamaican youth to release their imagination. Each competitor will use their story as an escape to create a world that they control and can mold. The aim is to tell the youth to dream big. Don't let this situation keep you from that dream. Use the time to create positive ways that will impact you for the rest of your life.
Generating what is needed to re-create one’s own life during this pandemic, I believe, first starts with acceptance. The Oxford dictionary defines acceptance as the quality of being willing to accept an unpleasant or difficult situation. The approval requires a desire to value the good, the bad and the ugly of your life. Conversely, it […]
The salt of the earth adequately describes Mr Anthony O'Reilly. His presence on our little island causes the world to stand balanced. His effort to impact other peoples lives positively has left indelible marks on the hearts of many. He and his wife Loreen are constantly following the calling from the almighty.
Being stuck in a rut is not cool. We come up with so many 'reasons' why we just can't move on but the truth is, we just have not decided to 'move different' as Nichole McIntosh puts it. This short motivational video is our way of reminding you just how powerful you are. You have every second of your life to make the choice to live a different life. Start with 'Yes'.
Proverbs, as defined by Collins Dictionary, are short sentences that people often quote, which give advice or tells you something about life. Not only are they clever, funny and memorable, they also express a desire for tolerance and respect: 'Howdy and tenk yuh nuh bruk nuh square.' Proverbs have been passed down through generations and are apart of Jamaica's intangible culture. Many […]
The Caribbean Area Squash Association’s Senior Championships were filled with excitement down to the final match between Jamaican and Guyana. As close as the results could be, Jamaica came out with the Silver.
It’s 2018, which means we’re living in the age of artificial intelligence, robots, driverless cars, and automated systems. With all the technological advancements making news across the world, it might be easy to feel like Jamaica is behind the times in this area. But just as we are pioneers in many other areas, many talented […]