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L.W.de Laurence

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DO NOT PRACTICE EVIL

Today is a busy day for me. I am busy with spiritual work every day, but usually make the time to write a post as I am committed to doing so. Unfortunately today does nit give me the time but I will peep in now and again in between work, but for now I would like you to ponder on these words by L.W.De Laurence. I find it funny when I see how people react to De Laurence's name, attributing everything his name is attached to as evil, fear is a no good son of a &*%#h. There are mountains of stories of his power and things that people witnessed as a result of owing in, and I find that so weird since he was supposed to have died in the 1930's. He certainly became a celebrity, albeit a fear one, in Jamaica, however to me he was a learned elder. ...

Today is a busy day for me. I am busy with spiritual work every day, but usually make the time to write a post as I am committed to doing so. Unfortunately today does nit give me the time but I will peep in now and again in between work, but for now I would like you to ponder on these words by L.W.De Laurence. I find it funny when I see how people react to De Laurence's name, attributing everything his name is attached to as evil, fear is a no good son of a &*%#h. There are mountains of stories of his power and things that people witnessed as a result of owing in, and I find that so weird since he was supposed to have died in the 1930's. He certainly became a celebrity, albeit a fear one, in Jamaica, however to me he was a learned elder. ...

THE POWER OF THOUGHTS – FROM L. W. De Laurence

I made this post some time ago and I believe it is worthy of re-posting, please read, learn and enjoy. Control your thoughts and you control your world. Mr. Dixon had just finished his breakfast, which he has thoroughly enjoyed. He takes up his newspaper for a quiet 15 minutes perusal. Suddenly he notes that a client has ‘gone smash’. In consequence this satisfaction brought on by his good breakfast vanishes and he goes to business in an unhappy frame of mind. ...

I made this post some time ago and I believe it is worthy of re-posting, please read, learn and enjoy. Control your thoughts and you control your world. Mr. Dixon had just finished his breakfast, which he has thoroughly enjoyed. He takes up his newspaper for a quiet 15 minutes perusal. Suddenly he notes that a client has ‘gone smash’. In consequence this satisfaction brought on by his good breakfast vanishes and he goes to business in an unhappy frame of mind. ...

AFTA MI NUH OWE DE LAURENCE-A POEM BY OBARA MEJI

Yazzy, ah yuh mek mi do dem mad tings here enuh, ah yuh!! aldoe mi madda use to sey de same ting tuh,but yuh comment mek mi memba. Any way people, here I am with my poem in Jamaican dialect (patois). Is Yazzy mek ah dweet! Please bloggers, make up your own poem but it has to include"Afta mi nuh owe de laurence" and let us enjoy today! ...

Yazzy, ah yuh mek mi do dem mad tings here enuh, ah yuh!! aldoe mi madda use to sey de same ting tuh,but yuh comment mek mi memba. Any way people, here I am with my poem in Jamaican dialect (patois). Is Yazzy mek ah dweet! Please bloggers, make up your own poem but it has to include"Afta mi nuh owe de laurence" and let us enjoy today! ...

L.W.de LAURENCE READ WITHOUT FEAR! -THE UPDATED VERSION

I remember as a child growing up in Jamaica being sent home from school early one day because the coffin with the 4 dranco ‘vultures’ was looking for Mr. Brown.  The teachers had heard that the coffin which rolled up and down the many streets with these talking birds saying ‘Mr. Brown, Mr. Brown, looking for Mr. Brown’, was heading our way.  After the children had been let out we all ran to our different homes hoping that we would never meet up on this travesty, which we never did.  There was a man who worked across the street from where I lived, he was a nice man I remember, because he used to give the children treats and he was kind to us….his name was Mr. Brown.  As I ran pass him to go into my gate I stopped for a moment and in my innocence yelled ‘Mr. Brown guh hide di dranco dem ah look fi yuh’  he responded ‘ah nuh me dawling’, but I didn’t slow down enough to hear the rest.   I hastily ran home to go underneath my bed, to suck my finger which was my comfort at the time, (miss mi finga it bad bad). ...

I remember as a child growing up in Jamaica being sent home from school early one day because the coffin with the 4 dranco ‘vultures’ was looking for Mr. Brown.  The teachers had heard that the coffin which rolled up and down the many streets with these talking birds saying ‘Mr. Brown, Mr. Brown, looking for Mr. Brown’, was heading our way.  After the children had been let out we all ran to our different homes hoping that we would never meet up on this travesty, which we never did.  There was a man who worked across the street from where I lived, he was a nice man I remember, because he used to give the children treats and he was kind to us….his name was Mr. Brown.  As I ran pass him to go into my gate I stopped for a moment and in my innocence yelled ‘Mr. Brown guh hide di dranco dem ah look fi yuh’  he responded ‘ah nuh me dawling’, but I didn’t slow down enough to hear the rest.   I hastily ran home to go underneath my bed, to suck my finger which was my comfort at the time, (miss mi finga it bad bad). ...

MY THOUGHTS

Good morning to you all, this week and also last week as been tiring for me, I do so much in one day, that I am backed up in some work that I have to do. It is by the grace and Olodumare and of Osun that I find that human beings love me very much and will wait on me to get around to them, please be assured that I do not take that for granted. Nobody has ever left me in wrath or anger, or at all and this is why I love you all! I praise the Lord, Haleluyerrrr! ...

Good morning to you all, this week and also last week as been tiring for me, I do so much in one day, that I am backed up in some work that I have to do. It is by the grace and Olodumare and of Osun that I find that human beings love me very much and will wait on me to get around to them, please be assured that I do not take that for granted. Nobody has ever left me in wrath or anger, or at all and this is why I love you all! I praise the Lord, Haleluyerrrr! ...

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