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  • The Need For Active Protective Systems In The Face Of COVID-19

    One of the challenges of getting back to work after COVID-19 will be conforming to new standards, or to old standards that will have to be enforced vigorously in this period. This has come to mind as inspection and compliance has previously been very difficult to carry out effectively...
  • Granny’s Remedy

    Across the world, most countries are subject to varying natural disasters that are life-threatening and usually of high probabilities, bearing in mind their geological conditions and climate. Many of these are clearly defined and even explained in insurance policies. What do I mean? Well, Jamaica may not have to...
  • Time to modify and simplify the economic and accounting apartheid

    The much-repeated “Out of every crisis, there is an opportunity” seems to have become an accepted concept for business and governance across the world. Crisis brings an opportunity to modify or totally change systems; solutions; and influence. It challenges economic outlook; business directions; social trends; religious norms; and some...
  • In The Face Of COVID-19: Vigilance, Education And Survival The Name Of The Game

    The cutting-edge media story of the last several weeks continues to focus on the spread of the COVID-19 (aka coronavirus) and seems not to be going away (like the virus itself) despite several elections; political campaigning; bombing and war; peace treaties; BREXIT; and several former “hot topics”. This in...
  • The Coronavirus: To Be Forewarned Should Be An Advantage

    Science fiction only remains fiction until science proves the facts in an irrefutable way. Over the centuries several religious beliefs; planetary data; the universe; the flat Earth; gravity; and many other scientific facts were reasons for charges of heresy and witchcraft. Many people lost their lives to capital punishment,...
  • Opening Our doors to the Huns, Goths, and other invading tribes

    Update: My FLOW landline is crackling badly despite the visit of a crew and I have reported it again. The cell service has not improved, and needs a more strategically placed tower to complete the reach consistently. I am not despondent however because we are talking, and I am...
  • Starting some engines that have been asleep for years

    As 2020 rolls on my success rate is still low, but I am happy to report one success that could boost our expectations for a much improved year and timely responses. In my Postal District the frequency of opening of the Post Office was moved from 5 days per...
  • Problems With Easy Solutions — All That’s Needed Is The Will

    Happy 2020 to all, and let us resolve to be a part of the changes that are required by confronting them every day. If we can be relentless and show numbers, then those empowered to make changes will make them and progress will happen. Let me start with my...
  • Reviewing Our Markers For The 2030 Goals

    I extend my deepest sympathy to the family of the late Rt. Rev. Dr. Alfred Reid a former Lord Bishop of Jamaica and a friend for over 30 years. He was the thinking and inquisitive clergyman who was never afraid to go deeper in the Scriptures so as to...