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Appreciation: Nontobeko “Nonto” Masilela

The dictionary definition of appreciation is: 1. “Recognition of the quality, value, significance, or magnitude of people and things. 2. “The recognition and enjoyment of the good qualities of someone or something.” I believe that we find it hard to appreciate others because we are either jealous, feel intimidated, or insecure. We most definitely cannot appreciate others if we don’t appreciate ourselves! I love the saying,

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DECLARE! A thing and it will be ESTABLISHED! By Blessed Wambui Favor

Any great accomplishment starts with a desire. Such a burning desire to excel in whatever you wish to do. The desire is followed by development of a plan on how to achieve it and of course this calls for commitment and taking responsibility. It calls for laying down the objectives and acting on them.   The implementation of a desire comes with various challenges, struggles and

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What is your True North in Decision Making: Moral Compass By Heizal Njuguna

Exams can be tricky and challenging, and if there was a way we could sneak in the answers into the exam room and not be caught, it would probably be great. But the question is “Is it morally right to sneak in answers into the exam room?” What prompts one to not sneak in answers, is it because we are scared of being caught or is

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The Power of No: By Beatrice Ndura

A number of years ago there was a woman who was very committed in our ministry. Her relationship with her husband was rocky and she was contemplating on divorce. She shared her ordeal with me and all she wanted from me was a “yes” without giving me an opportunity to listen to the husband’s side of the story. I told her “no” – I could not

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Stop Explaining and Enjoy Life! By Heizal Njuguna

If everyone had to explain every decision they made in their life, then none of us would actually live wholly because half our lives would be spent explaining. It is liberating to know and understand that whether we explain ourselves or not, the world will still judge us- whether harshly or fairly. Therefore pick a subject you love in school; go dancing whenever you can; do

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Christian Perspective of Uncertainty: By Dr. Margaret Mbindyo

We all have been given an opportunity to live for now, this breathe! We are not sure about the next second, minute, hour, day, week or year. We are uncertain about the future by all means. We cannot own it, we cannot boast about it. The bible says “Never boast about tomorrow. You don’t know what will happen between now and then” (Proverbs 27:1). Parents are

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I was traveling back to the USA after an overseas trip to Africa.  I had taken my seat on the aircraft, towards the back of the economy class.  Before the doors were closed, one of the female cabin crew came, stood next to where I was sitting.  “Are you Mrs. Musau?” she asked.  In a split second a picture of how I’ve seen people being pulled

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FRIENDSHIP: Nontobeko “Nonto” Masilela

What is friendship? We all have our own definitions and opinions on what friendship is, but I would like to share my definition and thoughts with you. One of the dictionary definitions for friend is, “a person whom one knows and with whom one has a bond of mutual affection.” and ship is, “a vessel larger than a boat for transporting people or goods by sea.”

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No Trash Can for Prayers: By Pastor Samuel Mwangi

Some studies shows that Prayer has been mentioned for over 512 times in the bible. It is for a good reason. Mathew 14:23 tells us that Jesus “After he had dismissed them, he went up on a mountainside by himself to pray”. Prayer was a central practice in the early church. It is encouraging to know that God has no “Trash can for prayers” in heaven.

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The Holy Hands of Jesus: By Beatrice Ndura, M.A.

    The Holy Hands of Jesus Strong to save and mighty to uphold Strong enough to lift the burdens away. The Holy Hands of Jesus With the marks of the nails A sign of love and sacrifice. The Holy Hands of Jesus With the nail produced blood A reminder that he washed away my sins He made me pure as snow. The Holy Hands of Jesus

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