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TYPES OF SPIRITUALISTS + HOW TO CHOOSE A COMPETENT ONE

Divination is very important. Many people have the gift, but competence is not among all of those gifted. There are some who are naturally gifted and there are others who are simply fascinated with sp...

Divination is very important. Many people have the gift, but competence is not among all of those gifted. There are some...

EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE WE MEET

Someone I knew years ago told me that while growing up with her Grandmother in Jamaica,  her grandmother made it known to all of her children and grand children that they should bring her flowers while she was alive, in her living state. She said, do not bring them when she has left the world, what would be the use! To which I concur!..I have told you all about my Mentors and great friends, Mr. Mitchel, Mr. Pierre and my sweet Padrino. These people I had recognized as ones I had to meet in this life time, and I feel so blessed that I met them, and so their memory lives on within me and also I have introduced them to my children you all and anyone I meet. They left an impact on my life and because of them, I am who I am. Another Extraordinary person I met was my Mother. Born in Lucea, Hanover Jamaica, she was quick to tell you that she has been a naturalized Kingstonian from age sixteen. If you notice, she is scattered through out most of my posts, as I recall fond and not so fond memories of her. She is alive and well, still with my dad, but she was, to me, an enigma, and I suppose also to a lot of people. Mama was a beautiful woman, not just physically but what she exuded through her character as a person, though strong and a natural born leader, she cared about people and had not a drop of evil in her, not too short and just shy of plump, with skin so firm and tight you could not pinch her.  An extremely stylish woman, who dressed nicely all the time, but when she was home she would relax, cook and sing (while cooking) in her favorite blue shorts which she wore almost every day when we lived in Jamaica. She had friends who visited her a lot and some would speak in hushed tones to her about problems they were having, seeking help for her to solve them. ...

Someone I knew years ago told me that while growing up with her Grandmother in Jamaica,  her grandmother made it known to all of her children and grand children that they should bring her flowers while she was alive, in her living state. She said, do not bring them when she has left the world, what would be the use! To which I concur!..I have told you all about my Mentors and great friends, Mr. Mitchel, Mr. Pierre and my sweet Padrino. These people I had recognized as ones I had to meet in this life time, and I feel so blessed that I met them, and so their memory lives on within me and also I have introduced them to my children you all and anyone I meet. They left an impact on my life and because of them, I am who I am. Another Extraordinary person I met was my Mother. Born in Lucea, Hanover Jamaica, she was quick to tell you that she has been a naturalized Kingstonian from age sixteen. If you notice, she is scattered through out most of my posts, as I recall fond and not so fond memories of her. She is alive and well, still with my dad, but she was, to me, an enigma, and I suppose also to a lot of people. Mama was a beautiful woman, not just physically but what she exuded through her character as a person, though strong and a natural born leader, she cared about people and had not a drop of evil in her, not too short and just shy of plump, with skin so firm and tight you could not pinch her.  An extremely stylish woman, who dressed nicely all the time, but when she was home she would relax, cook and sing (while cooking) in her favorite blue shorts which she wore almost every day when we lived in Jamaica. She had friends who visited her a lot and some would speak in hushed tones to her about problems they were having, seeking help for her to solve them. ...