Home Education In Kenya : How much is there to know?

Last Updated on 24 November 2014 by Gertrude Crammed classrooms, sweaty tired faces, teachers carrying porridge and knitting sweaters in classrooms, dusty tops with rusted roofs. This is but an example of the situation in most public schools in Kenya. It’s deplorable, pathetic. The glory has been left to only a few, countable public primary … Read more

What the Bible says about Rejection

Last Updated on 18 November 2014 by Gertrude Well, I am not big on reading the Bible,  occasionally maybe, because of it’s enormous guidance. Some refute the Bible as it was written by humans. In school, there are a number of theories that we are taught. Different proponents thought differently. Try and regard the Bible … Read more

Rejection Story 3: VISA DENIED

Last Updated on 18 November 2014 by Gertrude It was so painful I recall: twisting, turning, cursing, my heart felt like it could fall. With swollen eyes and brutal unpreparedness I bore the tragedy, yet,  I had planned the journey from A to Z,  no detail left. I was crushed, the two and a half … Read more

A Freudian Slip that wrecked havoc on a Kenyan Leader.

Last Updated on 11 November 2014 by Gertrude A Freudian Slip has it’s origins from the Austrian Psychoanalyst who believed the unconscious has hidden motives, ideas, wishes and desires. We keep battling between the conscious and the unconscious to reveal what is desirable or non-desirable. So, this means when I call you a dog, or … Read more

Doesn’t Kenyan Leaders Reflect such ‘Self-Absorptionism’

Last Updated on 11 November 2014 by Gertrude When you think or see an African Leader: money, greed, accumulation of wealth, murder, you can name it as the list goes on. I mean on. From presumably ‘industrialised’ nation that is South Africa to one considered poor, like Kenya. It’s a matter of, please vote for … Read more

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