KOTCH BLOG

SEARCHING FOR BOB MARLEY – Marlene Daley

Some Jamaicans are just too brilliant to be labeled “wagonists,” but until such time that there is an appropriate label for them, we shall call them conformists. These are people who do not push the boundaries of life. They enjoy a staid existence until they arrive at a point in life which we will call […]

FEAR – Marlene Daley

It is pretty much a foregone conclusion, that deep seated fears are man’s biggest stumbling blocks to achieving his highest calling. In close succession, is having the vision and ambition yet failing to do the work that is necessary for ultimate success. By not doing the work I mean, an unwillingness to accept the initial […]

A SPIRITUALIST JOURNEY THROUGH TIME – Part 3 by Henri Almanzar

This is where God, Spirit, Universe and higher consciousness become one. This is the “I AM” in the “I am” coming to fruition, through the understanding that it cannot live separate from the life source that creates it! There is a duality that is evident as we Awake and as we reach the higher levels […]

A SPIRITUALIST JOURNEY THROUGH TIME – Part 2 by Henri Almanzar

Time condensed, turns into time well spent as it evolves into eternity. Some time has passed since my journey to self-discovery forged a trench into the meaning of my search.  Traveling the roads of Colombia has led me to see within the measurement of time, a factor to my existence and relevance which is a […]

REPEALING THE BUGGERY LAW IN JAMAICA – Marlene Daley

To say this is the dawning of a new day would be a rhetorical statement. It only goes to show how difficult it is to remove entrenched belief patterns in culture. This mindset becomes dangerous not only because people are led to live a life of deceit and self-denial, leaving ignorance in its wake, but […]

PAUL BOGLE AND THE “MORANT BAY REBELLION” by Tarik Daley

Paul Bogle achieved his distinction as a National Hero of Jamaica by demonstrating his undaunted and rebellious spirit through his efforts that assisted with the eradication of the unjust system that plagued Jamaica due to its disdain toward the black population in his time. This was the norm in those days as Jamaica was going […]