Naming Genesis

  Names are important and when we name our children, we consider a couple of things. In Uganda, many names are given circumstantially for-instance Onyait was given to me because I was born during the great harvest of a staple crop/food common in the Eastern plains of Uganda – Millet. If a child birth was…

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Thanking God For The “Little Things”

Its been a few months since I resigned my job. In those few months I have been humbled by so many things . There are many things that come with leaving your job like brokenness for example. After your savings are depleted, you begin to see the bills piling and needs growing but unfortunately you…

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On choosing FOCUS and living with PURPOSE

“Heeeeey! how are yooooou? Loooong tiiiiiiiime! OMG! where are you nooooow? Me I am with Ministry of Internal Affairs. Ehhh! banange we should hook up over coffee and catch up” – these are the kinds of conversation I normally have with “friends” I have not met in a long time and I still have no…

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The Lessons Of 2013

Learn To Trust In God And In People People are people, they will always let you down yet ironically its very exhausting to live without trust. Two things; apply wisdom and discretion but most importantly trust God to bring the right people in your life. Sometimes the wrong people are the right people because they…

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Daring to Dream

Many may have seen me post on Social Media about daring to dream and not exactly knowing what I meant or where this was going but for many years  now I have been toying with the idea that its possible to live a life that is just productive and orderly. So I unsuccessfully attempted to…

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You only get one MUM but I got TWO

  Have you  heard the saying… “You only Get One Mother”? True as it may be, I got two mums. Oh yeah I did. Let me tell you how. I met my first mum back in the 80’s at St. Anthony Hospital on the slopes of Tororo Rock when I was born. I then met…

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