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re: Ahhh Ras Natango Gallery & Garden review
by Cheri Avery Black
(Montego Bay, Jamaica)
re: YouTube Video & website review of Ahhh... Ras Natango Garden & Gallery on YouTube.
Ahhh Wellesley, what a wonderful video!
I love this gallery and garden AND the family who keep creating and maintaining it, Ras Natango, Tamika, and Ayala!
We enjoy taking our guests from our Topaz Dream Palace, in nearby Mt. Salem, to this paradise.
They ALWAYS claim it as a highlight of their visit to Jamaica. They agree that it is the perfect place to experience "One Love," the feeling of total connection with all living things, with the Life Force that flows through us all, with Peace and Loving Power.
Many cry tears of joy as they are surrounded by the garden, the artwork, the crafts, and the birds.
You really captured the heart-warming interaction guests have with the hummingbirds that just happens naturally.
Thanks for naming so many of the plants and flowers that flourish in this beautiful garden.
To me, I am even more in awe of the beauty the family blessed us with, given their story of faith, vision, and perseverance that it took to rise over years of extreme "sufferation."
Do read Tamika's book, Unearthing The Diamond: A Story of Struggle and Strife to a Successful Life and be inspired.
Also friend her on Facebook @Tamika Felina Pommels Williams and be uplifted by her posts of her and Ayala's awesome photos, including the frequent double rainbows and other amazing views.
And as a plus when you go there and look over the breathtaking views, locate the tallest off white building, the Cornwall Regional Hospital, then a little to the lower right, you'll see the Topaz Dream Palace!
This is awesome, even better than mine Cheri!
But yes, it was a wonderful learning and rejuvenating experience - enjoyed every minute of it.
So glad I was able to put it in perspective for my readers, and moreso, getting your blessings!
Thanks again for sharing your (and your guests) experiences.
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