Showing posts from January, 2014

Drunk in change

It takes an extraordinary amount of effort and energy to break free. 
We are all creatures of habit. The key is to choose effective habits instead of letting bad habits choose you.

Stop procrastinating.Turn off the distractions, and do the work of focusing on the real deal. Stick at the idea that works for you.Do not pitch a solution before you have a clear thought.
Having the energy to do a 360 degree stride is progress, adapt new ideas and march ahead.Here are my 10 turning point quotes that have helped me through:

“Nothing lasts forever; so live it up, drink it down, avoid the negativity, take chances and never regret because at one point it was what you wanted.” 

“There comes a time in your life when you have to let go of all the pointless drama and the people who create it and surround yourself with people who make you laugh so hard that you forget the bad and focus solely on the good.  After all life is too short to be anything but happy.”

“You can’t force love, I realized. It’s…

Abel Mutua's Tribute to his late mother

Writing is an art used to express what we feel through paper and pen. Just like photography writing express a thousand words and emotions.

While going through a couple of blogs i came across this touching story or rather letter written by one of our own Kenyans - Abel Mutua alias 'Freddy' in the television. The letter expresses emotions of sad but there is some burst of deep love in it.

Here goes the letter :

“Hi Mum
it’s been four years now and a couple of months since you left us. Just thought I’d fill you in on what has been going on in my life. Well, three days after you passed on I went for the top comic finals. Guess what, the guy you voted for won the pick up. I thought you were joking when you said kura napatia Oyoo, wewe una girlfriends wengi sana hata nikikunyima haitamake difference. Year 2010 you were replaced by a lovely baby girl who we named after you, thanks to the love of my life supuu wa karatina like you used to call her. We are still very much together…