Monthly Archives: May 2013

With the kids at the Zoo – Lessons outside the classroom

If you have been around kids like I have been, you might have probably heard a child in that inquisitive age, probably of three or four, mistake one object for a very different one he might have got familiar with. … Continue reading

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All is well that ends well – Back in Juba South Sudan

I am suddenly back in Juba, the capital of South Sudan after resigning from my job as a distribution manager of The New Nation newspaper here in South Sudan. I am here for one week consultative assignment with the Sudan … Continue reading

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The Pendulum – il pendolo – pendulul

The Pendulum – il pendolo – pendulul. I came across the post some who just decided to follow my blog and found it to be a very uplifting and richly meaning laden poem. You can enjoy it too and please … Continue reading

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Back Home with the Kids – Teaching them to work.

Work was as much a learning process as it was a game that Philemon and Mercy loved to play. I realized it gave them some sense pride and satisfaction that their parents recognized that they growing and thus becoming responsible … Continue reading

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Back Home With The Kids

It is now nearly three months since I resigned from the New Nation in Juba, South Sudan and returned home to Uganda to establish my own self-employment and spend more time with my family. I have spent more than ninety … Continue reading

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Going It Alone

There is an illustration of fickle faith I once read in a book written by the Reverend Billy Graham that went something like this; there was once a man who pushed a wheelbarrow on a tight rope stretched across the … Continue reading

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