As the USA and the World continues its fight for equality. I wanted to share what is it is really like to be a minority in the USA. A lot of people who genuinely do not understand the black lives matters movement. They think it is about minorities against police. When black lives matter is… Continue reading BLACK OR WHITE LIFE? WHICH ONE MATTERS?
A heart warming poem by Aditi Dhar on the joyous occasion of Pujo/DussehraPOEM 3/3 — Girl Extraordinaire
God is not a man to lie! Last bits of this story came to pass!
BREAKING THE BARRIERS
This is what happened to me. I grew up in an average family in a small farm in Buuri constituency Meru County.
When I was two years old, I was left under the care of my
grandmother Jennifer” May God rest her Soul in peace “and my mother went to get
married to another person who was not my biological father. As a little girl
then, it did not occur to me that my mother had gone to start a new life
elsewhere and I had my grandmother to cater for me. After all as a child that
young, you hardly know nothing about proper setting of a modern family.
It took about six years for my mother to settle and probably
agree with her husband that I should join them in their new home and henceforth
live together as a family. I recall seeing my…
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Once upon a time, in a decade very far away, people would do their jobs, collect their pay checks, go home, and know that as long as they did their jobs well, they could sleep easily at night. They would be taken care of. Only in a fairy tale would this scenario be true today.… Continue reading Importance of Network Relationships
PROVERBS: 6:16-19 These six things the LORD hates, yes, seven are an abomination to Him. A proud look, a lying tongue, Hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked plans, Feet that are swift in running to evil, a false witness who speaks lies, and one who sows discord among brethren. Why do… Continue reading SOWERS OF DISCORD
One of the most beautiful and evocative of all words is ‘home’. Folded within it are suggestions of safety, understanding, sympathy, warmth and belonging. It is to home that we turn in our minds in desolate moments, when self-doubt and fear threaten to overwhelm us, when enemies insult us and confidence ebbs. But, at points,… Continue reading When Home is Not Home