Monthly Archives: February 2017
”Somebody once told me the definition of hell: “On your last day on earth, the person you became will meet the person you could have become.” — AnonymusSometimes, to become successful, we do not need to add more things, we need to give up on some of them.Even though each one of us has a different definition of success, there are certain things that are universal, which, if you give up on them, you will be more successful.Some of them you can give up today, while it might take a bit longer for others.
1. Give Up On The Unhealthy Lifestyle“Take care of your body.
It is the only place you have to live.” — Jim Rohn
If you want to achieve anything in life, everything starts here. First, you have to take care of your health, and there are only two things you need to keep in mind:Healthy Diet, Physical Activity, Small steps, but you will thank yourself one day.
2. Give Up The Short-term Mindset“
You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” — Mae West.
Successful people set long-term goals, and they know that these aims are merely the result of short-term habits that they need to do every day.These healthy habits should not be something you do; they should be something you are.There is a difference between: “Working out to have summer body” and “Working out because that is who you are.”
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Have you ever wanted a movie so much that you cant stop clicking at those “click here to watch” buttons on those sites with funny names, just hopping something different might happen and the movie starts to play? well then, search no more…
This database is not so updated, but it got a lot, and i mean a lot…
BUT THIS ONE IS NOT THERE…….
some-times you have a thousand things to say, but not a single way of saying it;
other-times you have a million chances of saying something, but not a single word to say;
and most-times you wish you had said something, but then you wonder how things would be today;
some-things are better left unsaid, and hope you never get a chance to say them;
other-things are safer when said, and trust they will never come back around – to eat you;
but most-things are buried in our souls, and we feed them in secret;
some-ways work for some, but not for others;
other-ways make us happy, but they grieve our loved ones;
and most-ways make us feel alive, but they leave us dead on the inside;
In life, there are three reasons why things go well for us: privilege, random good fortune, and/or that we worked to make something happen. I recently encountered a really good example of all three at work when my DSL internet connection went down for two days. I know several people who have no internet connection at home because they can’t afford it. Some don’t even have a computer, and rely entirely on public computers for internet access. I had a hell of a time coping with two days offline, because I’m able to afford DSL and a large chunk of my life revolves around the internet. That got me thinking: is it a privilege that I can afford DSL, or good luck, or achievement? The short answer is: all three….
Those who believe find comfort;
Those who find comfort get contentment;
Those who get contentment give love;
Those who give love get life;
Those who get life find a reason;
Those who find a reason get a conviction;
Those who get a conviction transcend humanity;
i can be anywhere #depending on where you are;
i can also be anyone #depending on who you are;
i can be anything #depending on what you are;
i can talk anything #depending on how you hear;
i can speak anything #depending on what you listen;
i can be implicit #depending on your perspective;
but i am — @McKabue
The thing is, I don’t like what my current government is doing. Clearly, nobody does. At the same time, I love what Raila is doing, or can do, or would do, especially being a whistle-blower. But I still will vote for Uhuru! Why, because of this… “One who thrives in disorder may not survive in order”!!! what am personally worried of, or about, is the consequences of the good changes that Raila might bring, or (…because we are not sure yet…) the kind of bad changes that Raila might trigger. One very specific concern is his followers, the so called “children of baba”. For sure, many of them are very good, starting out with my girlfriend, however, there are few of them that talk and insight trouble. Perhaps I would be in the same position had Raila rigged the 2007 election, so I will not entirely blame them. However, I don’t want to personally suffer neither do I want the “children of baba” to suffer. Retaining Uhuru will be good for those that have made peace with corruption and developed adaptation to it, and at the same time, it will give us, the guys across the river, some time to adjust to change, as well as accepting it. Am personally not happy with the economic status of my country since last election, if anything it has deteriorated. Uhuru is doing quite a “fair” work in maintaining the economy. He should have been a leader sometime between 2077 and 2087, not now. At that time, hopefully, the country would have been ready for a fast speed railway, better airports and sea ports. What Kenya need now is equality, education, health and food. I don’t know how or what Uhuru has done to ensure proper medical care other than threatening teachers and doctors. Like come on… for goodness sake…our doctors are the most qualified in the whole of Africa yet you want to import doctors from china? These Chinese are starting to softly colonize our country. Am not trying to claim that we should swear our allegiance to Europe or U.S.A, am saying we need independence. Raila has some very weird international relations, including the land of Hitler, Germany and Russia. Kibaki new the balance… don’t beg, don’t tolerate, and don’t chase away!!! Uhuru is tolerating China, and at this time and season, we should align with any country that is ready to offer nuclear technology, like Iran, countries that help us maintain stronger defense, like Israel. Israel owes us a great deal after former president Moi sold soil to them to captivate horticulture. Now Israel is exporting more horticulture that Kenya. We really are stupid. We have power rations while we are located at the exact equator of the world were are assured of sunshine from January to December, we don’t have jobs yet we don’t have a single nuclear plant. The government is helping a lot in creating jobs through technology by going paperless and putting in place Huduma centers, but it’s still not enough. Water rationing is still a theme when we are surrounded by a sea, and have several lakes. If we can import oil from Nigeria, purify it, and pump it to Kisumu, why can’t we pump clean water from Kisumu to Kisii? Or from Mombasa to northern Kenya? Inadequate to exploit these very fundamental opportunities is what results to companies, big companies laying off its workers while other close down business in Kenya because the people cannot even maintain the economy, we are feeding on the economy, we are being sustained by the economy instead of us sustaining the economy. Am very thankful we had visionary leaders like Kibaki and Michuki. People who have brought change. Had Kibaki not declared that a president can only be elected for a maximum of two terms, am sure some people we know would have insisted to remain in power. That being the case, am more worried of 2027. Am not sure Mr. Ruto will take the seat for a second term. Given history, blood shed might be the next thing we are awaiting…
And here is my proposal, instead of importing oil, why can’t we dig out our own? Instead of building railways, why can’t we maintain and build more and better roads? Instead is teachers and doctors striking now and then, why can’t we just give them what they want, exactly the way they want it? Because clearly, we don’t expect a doctor to be contented when he/she can’t afford his own services. A doctor works at an “A Level” hospital but goes to a “C Level” hospital when he/she is ill. A teacher can’t pay school fees for his six children. What is wrong with our common sense? Teaching and medicine used to be king careers, but not anymore. Well, amidst the thickness of confusion, Matiangi appears, to make education “great again”. And we can make education great again! Students who score a straight “A” are the genius, smart, and hard-working ones. Processing a lack in one the three qualities should put you in either “A-” or below. And where did arts and craft go? What about music? And where did they take drama and acting? I can’t remember anyone telling me that they did home-science. No wonder we have problems everywhere even at homes. Equality is not substitution, so am not saying women are equal to men! Go to heaven and back, even go to hell, men can never, and will never be equal to women, period!!! Unless women are willing to participate in the men races at Olympics, unless women are ready be make up more population of the prisoners, unless women are ready…anyway, the point is, men and women are both humans who have the same need, wants and rights, but women are better! Better at cooking, better at making homes, better at emotional judgement, better at all aspects peace-making, and better at installing hard-work and discipline in the minds of a generation…but when it comes to acts that need moderation, acts that require logical judgement, men fair!
In conclusion, I am asking all people to play their part in building Kenya, if you are a teacher, do it well. If you are a farmer, do it better. If you are a shop keeper, promote peace when buyers come. If you are sales person, tell your clients the truth about what you are selling. If you are in government, nature local talent and exploit locally available opportunities. If you are a leader make peaceful and sane decisions. If you are a dad, be a better father! And if you are a mom, be a role model!