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In the hut of Mara, and the medicineman

Post Views = 1689“Hello,” I answer the phone. The number is new so my voice is somewhat inaudible. You know the way you respond to a new number while trying to see if you can make anything familiar from the voice on the other end? A very long read ahead. “Hello Justine. My name is Roebuck and I would need …

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Facebook, down this road

Post Views = 1331Mzangila, What is on your mind? I have been on Facebook since 2011. That is around 7 years now, and made roughly 3,000 ‘friends.’ Three-quarters of these people I don’t know them personally, or I have never met them. Some felt that they needed to be my friends, for reasons which you and I might not understand …

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Fatherhood and in-laws

Post Views = 1315Last week Tuesday was Elsie’s birthday. The little woman turned 10. She started being cheeky even before hitting nine. At nine she was on Facebook; something that worried me as a father. I had to call her mother, who by the way never gave a shit about her being on Facebook. Given that she is a knucklehead, …

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A walk into the SDA church

Post Views = 3518Am I the only one who is struggling with personal identity? I have had several conversations with friends and attended a couple of seminars, identity remains a desire of ages. Listening to experts and men of accomplishments speak, you become ignited in spirit and expect things to turn upside down in a minute. I may not be …

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Getting over your past

Post Views = 1903The past is an asset for the future. Whether it is a success or failure you can count on it. The way you choose to look at it is what matters most. Perhaps that is why we have  history as a subject in our system of education. Inventions have been made from past mistakes, history of great …

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Goodbye and 2017 moments

Post Views = 6806This post reminds me the far I have come this year. The year that has been because it is just ending and I can’t wrap my head around as I haven’t achieved most of my resolutions as projected during the start of the year. Early in Jan, 2017 had looked so promising just because everything seemed to …

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