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October 6th, 2013
The “comfort” zone is a state of acceptance; a psychological place where someone feels satisfied. Most people don’t want to move from that zone, not because they don’t know that life can be better, but just because they don’t want to take a risk of change. Basically, we are uncertain if things will get better outside our comfort zone. Most people are afraid of taking risk – and that is riskier.
In a world where technology moves almost as fast as wind, it is just impossible to succeed if one doesn’t get out of his/her comfort zone and try new things, places and people out (...)...Read more
My grandmother is one of those ladies that you just can’t believe you are lucky to know. Her character is a bestseller novel-worthy, and her biography would break all time records.
Each morning she wakes up quite early, in her best shape she steps out of the house and makes sure the animals have had herbs to chew on. On Sundays she wakes up for Mass.
She is quite active. Even in her worst shape, you will never find my grandmother just sitting. It is a concept she does not get.
At night she reads at least one chapter of the Bible, keeps up with daily readings and prays the night (...)...Read more
And great policies ;
Of inclusive education.
The impaired are three corners.
Only one is not.
It is far to reach,
But our guide is able
For he breathes
My fingers became eyes.
White cane can see.
I have no sight,
But my mind is bright
Because of inclusive education.
Signs are good for me.
My lips are mute.
I use fingers to speak.
I write and read
Through my inclusive education
As a cock needs a hen
As a hen needs a cock.
No segregation within us
For together each achieves more.
We are a TEAM, (...)...Read more
The Rwandan society has recently been experiencing more divorces and cheating than ever. Divorce which used to be a taboo is now becoming widely accepted. Should the Rwandan society embrace divorce and its consequences? I don’t know what your answer is, but mine is a big NO. My intention is not to convince you to buy my answer though. No worries! Just keep reading.
One problem with today’s marriage is not marriage itself, it is how we are being educated or how we educate ourselves. Nowadays, cheating is no longer considered as a serious offense. This issue of cheating is ruining our (...)...Read more
I am from a country….
Where traditional African clothes are the style for Rwandan women in
order to keep our culture and to show our beauty
Where women are not excluded in work
Where people have a life with a hope to achieve their goals
Where they care for each other and love each other
Where the colors and earth are sandy yellow when the sun shines
I’m from where people walk on stone paved roads
Where there are many trees and forests
Where nothing can stop the Rwandese from working
Where people wake up early in the morning to shine like the sun
From a mix of religions
Where all (...)...Read more
I’ve always wondered which processes people go through to take decision that influence considerably their lives.
As I came to learn, some use the rational way balancing cons and pros of the problem and solutions and seeing which one has less disadvantages because in our human nature we always want to avoid delicate situations where it is beyond our control, where we will have to sit and wait for the future to unfold before our eyes and that uncertainty, that state of mind of not knowing what is next become difficult for us to bear, thus leading us to the solution where we can have the (...)...Read more
Many single people are looking for Mr or Mrs right, but they have not yet mastered what it means to be whole on the inside. Unresolved hurts, rejection, or even false expectations about marriage can drive a single man or a woman to seek fulfillment in a relationship.
First of all, being whole means being completely fulfilled and satisfied as a single person. It might sound shocking to some of you but let me say this: you don’t need someone to complete you, but you must be complete before you engage yourself in a relationship. In fact, you are ready to date when you don’t need to. If you (...)...Read more
The saddest and poorest man on earth is a man without a dream. The most frustrated person is the one who has a dream and he hasn’t experienced the reality of it in his life. Everybody on planet earth has a dream, even a little kid dreams, everyone dreams. But the simple reason why people don’t see their dreams come to pass is because they haven’t learned how to exercise the principles that are designed in God’s creation to fulfill dreams.
A principle is a fundamental law that is established to create an environment to successfully produce the performance of the promised. Success is really (...)...Read more
The 3 most valuable things you will never learn in school
A graduate’s guide to the real world.
Dear university student and soon to be graduate,
Here is a dose of reality: unless your parents have connected friends you aren’t going to find a job you love right away.
You may think you have it going on and you may have lots of talent, but there is a long road ahead. It is this very road that will shape you into the hustler that you will need to be to lock down that dream job. Academia does not teach you the value of day to day interactions- interactions that could either build your career (...)...Read more