So I recently sneak into the country unnoticed, just in time to witness the epic#ObamaHomecoming and work on some projects too. Destination? The home of world champions, Eldoret. Who would want to miss the historic return of this famous son of the very soil of this land called kenya? After a long weekend filled with a... Continue Reading →
As some of us recover from the Obama hangover while others nurse a POTUS withdrawal syndrome, I have been imagining of the enduring lessons that we can draw from his visit as a country, even as some idiots back in America feel like jumping into the Atlantic, driven by the unwarranted hatred that they feel... Continue Reading →
The Miles Morland Foundation is pleased to announce that the 2015 Morland Writing Scholarships for African writers will open for entries on Monday 15th June. The deadline for submissions is 31st October 2015. Please go to the Foundation website to see the terms of the Scholarships: http://www.milesmorlandfoundation.com.
We all have those little and annoying demons that never leave us alone. They come in different names and sizes but always spew the same venom into our minds. Their venom is characterized by constant worry, fear, shame, despair, guilt, and self-loathing. Is there anything in your life that triggers these feelings in you? Those... Continue Reading →