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Jamaica is home, I would not live anywhere else

by Jeremy
(Content, Westmoreland/Savlamar, Westmoreland)

Looks good so far, some positive, some negative, some either way..I am a Jamaican, been living here all my life except for a sojourn to school in my youth.

There are problems in any country in this age, but one lives with them, not dwells on them, lives loving with one's fellows, and gets on with life. I would not live anywhere else, certainly not in the so-called first world.

Jamaica is a beautiful place in which to live, with friendly people, give it a try, we don't try to control where you live, what you do, who to talk to or what you eat.

Editor's Note
Clearly we have something in common! Our passion for Jamaica! Thanks for the great feedback Jeremy.

Most of my site visitors are (interestingly) from the USA, so it is good to hear from a local, and especially from my childhood parish too!

I agree there are problems everywhere. I listen the BBC everyday so I can relate to your point. We could argue however, that based on the relative abundance of talents, skills and natural resources, we should have been doing much better as a country, agree?

Sports, bauxite, coffee, language, pimento, sunshine, human resource, education, proximity to the USA, etc. etc. are just a few of the areas that posed tremendous opportunities.

Anyway, forget my chatter, thanks again for the feedback. One love; the Jamaica way!

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May 25, 2013
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SIMPLE TRUTH
by: Dejana Sovljanski

I agree to you, absolutely!I would not live
anywhere else!

Mar 31, 2013
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Ah Yah so mi seh ))
by: Errol

Although there are some problems here, I find this little Island to be one of the most interesting place to be. Like anywhere else we have issues, some are very frustrating because you know that the people in power can do much bettter but dont.

I have lived in many other countries in my years, but have always kept the rock in my heart, still feel that way now having returned 10 years ago.

Ah Yah so mi seh

Mar 31, 2013
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Re Jamaica is home ...
by: P. Smith

No place like home... unfortunately most of us leave in search of better opportunity, hence the "brain drain" I think the pendulum will swing to the other side. Jamaica is still "young" & going through growing pains & with correct leadership she will rise.
Jamaica land we love...

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