Monday Reflection – Breaking the chains of Conformity
I was studying for my end of semester exams and as I was reading through the chapter on conformity, I came across this video. And it gave me pause on how far we are all willing to go at the right price. For some it is a little bit of cash, for some, it is
Just Made It
Billy dropped his duffle bag at the foot of his bed. His body drenched in sweat from running. He pounced on his bed and closed his eyes, sighing with a deep relief. He was safe. It had been weeks of running aimlessly unsure of whether he would make it home alive. He sighed repeatedly, whispering
To be or not to be?
Anyango woke up to the sound of a spitting small engine of a boda-boda motorcycle taxi zooming past her bedroom window. She opened her eyes and prayed. “God thank you that I can trust you, thank you that my life does matter and I have a hope and future…” she whispered desperately to believe what
Monday Reflections -YOU.ARE.NOT.ALONE!
Last week, I slipped up and failed to share my Monday reflections with you, I guess it was the excitement of being back on-air after a long period of time. Every time I am on as a guest it reminds of how much I really want to be on-air. My friend Mary and I are
People who Inspire: Emma Mogaka
EMMA MOGAKA Executive Director – Rural Women Peace Link Last July, I decided to start a series on my blog focusing on profiling people I have met who I respect and have such powerful personal stories. I started some interviews and everything went on ice. Why? To be honest, I don’t really know why, but
It was right there…ALL Along!
Mary laughed so hard, she began to cry, her tummy ached with every heave of laughter, she clasped it with both hands as tears of joy streamed down her eyes. “You are killing me, Annie, stop!” she managed to muster in between laughs and tears. Annie continued to tell the story which left the rest