On the Second Day of Christmas...

Geoffrey PhilpOn the second day of Christmas, an extraordinary Jamaican, Dennis Scott, gave me the gift of storytelling.

Faith is not something that is easy to come by. It begins and ends in a mystery. Sometimes it takes mimicry--acting as if you have it-- or a blessing--someone else believes you have it. This is how many writers begin and continue writing--their belief in themselves and the faith of an elder writer.

To read more of my guest post @ Jamaicans.com, please follow this link: Yes, Me Tinking, R U


Labamout said…
Faith is all about hope. We have faith in what we do because of what we hope for. It is what drives us.
Truly, Labamout. Truly.

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