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WHAT’S SECRETLY ageing you?

While welcoming guests at our son’s recent wedding, the presiding pastor said something in jest that sent everyone laughing: “I have never seen so many aged people in one gathering!” While it was hilarious, I didn’t quite understand…
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Luck isn’t RANDOM…

You are so lucky... I hear it all the time. From people who perhaps look at you and admire you and some may even be a little jealous, but all have one common wish – to have lady luck smile on them so they can be like you. To you I say,…
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I weep for the boy child

Picture this. It’s a beautiful Sunday morning. I have driven to Githunguri town in Kiambu County to join other worshippers at the local Anglican Church and thereafter represent my husband in a fundraising for the construction of a new…
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GIVE and you shall RECEIVE

The more you give, the more you get. The more you do unselfishly, The more you live abundantly. The more of everything you share, The more you’ll always have to spare. The more you love, the more you’ll find That life is…
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Aging gracefully…

My daughter just turned 30. She looks really stunning from this picture taken on her birthday, and so does her mum at double her age! Good genes, you might say, but scientists are now discovering more and more that what we do, that is, how…
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This is for you…

On Saturday July 19, 2014, I was honoured at the Transform Kenya Awards ceremony as the winner in the Media Access Information category. This inaugural event is the brainchild of the Standard Media Group and aims to recognise and…
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Older and Wiser

Wisdom belong to the aged, and understanding to the old. Job 12:12 On a beautiful Monday last month, precisely April 7, I celebrated my birthday and started on a new day of the 365-day journey. I look back and thank God for the many…
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I want R-E-S-P-E-C-T

This column is often inspired by what I see around me or observe in society. Respect for others and ourselves, seems to be a diminishing virtue. I was taught in Sunday school to respect my elders and those in authority, and to always aspire…
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