“God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.”
Are there some small behaviors that you see in other people that you really hate? Well, we all do, however we too also have some behaviors others do not like about us.
Religion is the set of rules created to maximize the chances that you will do what the manager wants you to do. A heretic is someone who has faith but could care less about religion.” Fear of breaking the rules keep you on the periphery other than jumping on the arena, you remain a spectator.
Study shows that people who are grateful tend to show higher levels of well-being and happiness. They feel better about themselves and their lives, and improved mental health
Other than just the issues facing men, International Men’s Day inspires men to lead by example. Young men need positive male role models; our society also desires positive male role model.
Originally posted on James Wetu:
A story is told of a man who was desperately looking for a job to enable him provide for his family. He owned a saw which he kept sharpening hoping to find a job at…
ompanies are facing stiff competition and we have seen a rise in scrabble for consumer’s attention by using all manner of marketing gimmicks.
The fox is too crafty to be caught in a simple trap, and he will smell you and avoid the fence for days. But eventually, he’ll come and eat the bait.
Ngong hills never lose its freshness making it a perfect getaway. It gets more fantastic with the spectacular view of the massive wind turbines
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Originally posted on Let's Talk with Sandra Tacko:
Looking back, I guess it started when I visited my uncle this one Sunday. I was with my family: my parents, my siblings and some of my other aunts. We had…
Yesterday, I watched my nearly two-year-old daughter play around the house. It is exciting to know how much she has grown. She was all over the seats and hanging loosely on the sink calling her ‘toto’. I would sense how… Read More ›