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Revealing the truth about Charlie Sheen, HIV and Two and a Half Men – Part 2 by Denise N. Fyffe

I remember watching this show and soon after stopped. It was clear to me that it was only an indoctrination to womanizing and other immoral behaviors. I believe that Charlie Sheen was the perfect actor for this role, because it required no acting at all. This was his lifestyle.

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Revealing the truth about Charlie Sheen, HIV and Two and a Half Men

If you live a life or perversion, sin and immorality, you will certainly reap its rewards.

For the Bible says:

‘For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life through Christ Jesus our Lord’.- Romans 6:23

Two and a Half Men

Two And A Half Men' Star Angus T. Jones Two And A Half Men’ Star Angus T. Jones

I remember watching this show and soon after stopped. It was clear to me that it was only an indoctrination to womanizing and other immoral behaviors. I believe that Charlie Sheen was the perfect actor for this role, because it required no acting at all. This was his lifestyle.

The Holy Spirit is also indicating to me that his removal from the show in later years, had more to do with him having HIV, than his odd behavior which…

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Jamaican Poetry: Denying self

  By: Denise N. Fyffe. Copyright © 2012, defy, Denise N. Fyffe I’ma just remind you that I’m still here Because you don’t see my words Doesn’t mean The words aren’t rattling here, In my mind I ain’t resigned They still linger They are still divine; They still clammer for the tip of my pen… Continue reading Jamaican Poetry: Denying self

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Jamaican Poetry : Attacking Ships

By: Poetess Denise N. Fyffe. Copyright © 2010, Denise N.  Fyffe My life is being attacked My relationships are being attacked If you come next to me, You are going to be attacked; All that glitters turns to rust and not gold My enemies start to smile And my friends get cold; My eyes can’t be… Continue reading Jamaican Poetry : Attacking Ships

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Lignum Vitae Writing Awards Winners for 2015 Revealed

The competition received forty three (43) entries across three categories, from which nine remarkable entries were selected for the finalists, and eventually the three winners.

Janet Morrison’s short story collection, A Different Me: A Better You, took top prize for the Jean D’Costa Award for children’s literature while Diana McCaulay’s, Gone to Drift earned the Vic Reid Award for young adult literature. The Una Marson Award for adult Literature went to Donna Hemans for her novel Tea By The Sea. The winners of the Jean D’Costa and Vic Reid prizes earns J$250,000 while the winner of the Una Marson prize earns J$500,000

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Lignum Vitae Writing Awards Winners Revealed

The winners of the inaugural Lignum Vitae Writing Awards were revealed at a literati studded awards event on Friday November 6, at the National Gallery of Jamaica. The highly anticipated event was presented by the Jamaican Writers Society (JaWS) in partnership with the Jamaican Copyright and Licensing Agency (JAMCOPY).

The Lignum Vitae Writing Awards whose mandate is to further stimulate and develop Jamaica’s literary landscape through the promotion and celebration of new Jamaican writing seem poised to do just that.

The competition received forty three (43) entries across three categories, from which nine remarkable entries were selected for the finalists, and eventually the three winners.

Janet Morrison’s short story collection, A Different Me: A Better You, took top prize for the Jean D’Costa Award for children’s literature while Diana McCaulay’s, Gone to Drift earned the Vic Reid Award for young adult literature. The Una…

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Seaview Gardens Jamaica: The Truth about that City Dump by Denise N. Fyffe

The Truth Not too many people know about this little known fact; well except for those who drive vehicles and live in Seaview Gardens. Contrary to what you are led to believe, rubbish is burnt on a frequent basis at the Riverton City dump . To the extent that when we wake up in the mornings,… Continue reading Seaview Gardens Jamaica: The Truth about that City Dump by Denise N. Fyffe

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Seaview Gardens Jamaica: Poem – Babies Bawling by Denise N. Fyffe

It's a constant war, It's a constant tug and fight; I keep hearing babies bawling morning, noon and night; All I hear is bawling, bawling, bawling; All I hear is crying, crying, crying; Tears and more tears But no one seems to care. My heart is heavy To hear the crying and see the tears… Continue reading Seaview Gardens Jamaica: Poem – Babies Bawling by Denise N. Fyffe

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Seaview Gardens Jamaica: Breaking StopLights, Breaking Bodies by Denise N. Fyffe

Seaview Gardens The stoplight on Spanish Town Road and Seaview Gardens intersection is a scary place for any motorist or pedestrian. You never know if the drivers will be breaking lights or breaking bodies. My Experience One of the scariest times of year is the Christmas season. During this time, I approach the intersection, with the… Continue reading Seaview Gardens Jamaica: Breaking StopLights, Breaking Bodies by Denise N. Fyffe

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Seaview Gardens Jamaica: Draw Bad Card, Disturbing the Peace

Seaview Gardens Bob Marley's "Draw Bad Card'. Yes, that's whats pumping on this lane in Seaview Garden's at 6:00 o'clock on a Saturday evening. The next door neighbor seems to be mouthing whomever triggered a week of quiet. It was blessed peace that reigned when the 'siphoners' of electricity got abruptly disconnected. The uneventful and quiet weekend was… Continue reading Seaview Gardens Jamaica: Draw Bad Card, Disturbing the Peace