Tag: Teddy Njoroge Kamau

National Virtues: Why Kenyans are Hospitable but not Benevolent!

| May 19, 2017 | 2 Comments
National Virtues: Why Kenyans are Hospitable but not Benevolent!

Every culture has its virtues. There is no question that the thousands of tourists and guest who visit Kenya go back to their homes with great things to say about the Kenyan people. The constant testimony is how wonderful and friendly Kenyans are. You will not hear anything bad about the people of Kenya. However, […]

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After Mothers Day: We Orphans without Mothers!

| May 16, 2017 | 0 Comments
After Mothers Day: We Orphans without Mothers!

Mothers’ day reflects a good concept. It is an international idea to remind humanity that they were born. Not just born, but that they were natured by their mothers. It is one of the most amazing mysteries in human development: That a child can grow and develop with mother’s milk for a year or even […]

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Standard Newspapers’ Makau Mutua: An Atheist Undercover?

| May 11, 2017 | 2 Comments
Standard Newspapers’ Makau Mutua: An Atheist Undercover?

Makau Mutua is an interesting writer with the Standard Newspaper. His articles have historically brought controversy to issues ranging from culture to politics in Kenya. Though interesting, many of his articles degenerate into childish intellectualism and personal attacks. However, it is always interesting to read other people’s opinions. In his recent article titled, ‘queries about […]

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Keeping Dreams alive in the Diaspora! It’s Not Easy

| May 2, 2017 | 1 Comment
Keeping Dreams alive in the Diaspora! It’s Not Easy

People leave their motherland with a blank idea of what to expect once they arrive to the host country. The silence in the heart as one seats on a seat number of a plane reflects the utter mute of the mind as past experiences and life begin to fade away. It is the most nerve […]

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Easter: The Empty Tomb vs. Its’ Benefits

| April 15, 2017 | 0 Comments
Easter: The Empty Tomb vs. Its’ Benefits

Women walking down a dusty road. Their children behind them dressed in beautiful cloths heading to a building they call a church. It is made of tin Iron with a mark of a cross on its pinnacle. They walk for miles to go to this building every Sunday. Yet despite this walk and dedication, the […]

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