Growth is a never ending process,strive to grow daily – Glidde Trainers Growth can be defined as the process of increasing, meaning it is continuous.Growth is also so diverse and therefore, it needs one to strike a balance across its different facets. Some of the areas of growth in a person include:-Emotional growth -Physical growth … Continue reading GROWTH -THE NEVER ENDING PROCESS
Boys fight. They always do. They fight about anything. Girls, football, territories, respect. The way boys grow is by learning to square it out amongst themselves in times when dialogue is not an option and from there they learn to respect each other and to keep to each one's lanes. That is the rule of the streets when it comes to boys. Girls gossip about it and they go full on cold wars. The streets are filled with thousands and thousands of girls that stopped talking to each other when Father Abraham was a boy because of the one girl that didn't tell the other she had a pretty dress. But boys, they say it to other boys' faces. Then one of those boys throws a fist on the other's face and with that world wars begin and the other boys cheer, by the end of the fights, the one with ripped shorts or bleeding gums is the loser.
I did a facial this past Sunday. It is not as bad as it sounds, I swear, the future is still promised. It is not as a gloomy as this sentence tries to make it appear. Sundays have become very long days. You cotch and turn on the couch. You scratch your scalp or your … Continue reading Let’s Face It
The first time I held a mobile phone in my hands was about nineteen years ago. It was a grey Motorola M-30 shipped to our house by my mother. It was a baby. A toddler. We held it with two pairs of velvet gloves. We rocked it like you rock a baby. We stroke … Continue reading Hello From The Other Side
Have you ever folded a note then put in your small jeans pocket and forgotten about it? No, don't look now, your small pocket is empty and you are not ready for this kind of disappointment especially on a Friday. I see some of you, mostly you backbenchers still looking. And as a mortal man, … Continue reading Half Time
From where his head rested, he saw the ugly mouth of a gun and a finger ready to pull back the trigger. It was a bad place to be. He thought about his mother and his sisters. Then he thought about death and how people die, some feel pain, some walk to the great divide … Continue reading Amos, His Rod and His Staff
image; courtesy A grey cloud hangs over the northern sky like a shingle it'll rain soon and he doesn't want to be caught in the Nairobi traffic jam. He is early from work as has become a norm in this period when the world is fighting a virus that threatens to take a good … Continue reading The Plandemic
The truth is, I have so many drafts here. I have so stories. But the the last one month has been very many things to me. There have been so many emotions I have had to wrestle. Everyday I think about this blog and the many people that come here to say they have gotten … Continue reading We Rise
The thing with grief is that it gets the best of us. The other thing is that it refuses to leave. It keeps coming back. One moment you think you are past it. The next you cave into yourself like a crashing can. It sits next to you with folded arms and latched legs and … Continue reading WE RISE
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