Sunday, 11 December 2016
Friday, 9 December 2016
From Tyler Perry
I have this tree analogy when I think of people in my life, be it friends, family, acquaintances, employees, co-workers, whomever...
They are all placed inside what I call my tree test.
It goes like this:
Some people come into your life and they are like leaves on a tree. They are only there for a season. You can't depend on them or count on them because they are weak and only there to give you shade. Like leaves, they are there to take what they need and as soon as it gets cold or a wind blows in your life they are gone. You can't be angry at them, it's just who they are.
There are some people who come into your life and they are like branches on a tree. They are stronger than leaves, but you have to be careful with them. They will stick around through most seasons, but if you go through a storm or two in your life it's possible that you could lose them.
Most times they break away when it's tough. Although they are stronger than leaves, you have to test them out before you run out there and put all your weight on them. In most cases they can't handle too much weight. But again, you can't be mad with them, it's just who they are.
If you can find some people in your life who are like the roots of a tree then you have found something special. Like the roots of a tree, they are hard to find because they are not trying to be seen. Their only job is to hold you up and help you live a strong and healthy life. If you thrive, they are happy. They stay low key and don't let the world know that they are there. And if you go through an awful storm they will hold you up. Their job is to hold you up, come what may, and to nourish you, feed you and water you.
Just as a tree has many limbs and many leaves, there are few roots.
Look at your own life. How many leaves, branches and roots do you have?
What are you in other people's lives?
*THANK GOD FOR THE ROOTS*.
STATEMENT FROM HON. DR. KILEMI MWIRIA'S SECRETARIAT
Subject: Hon. Dr. Kilemi Mwiria deeply concerned on the organization of JP activities in Meru
I belong to Jubilee Party (JP) because it is the party of HE President Uhuru Kenyatta and my aim is to ensure that Uhuru retains the popularity he has continued to enjoy among the Ameru.
However, my supporters and I and indeed supporters of many other aspirants who are in JP, are not happy with the way a team of individuals calling themselves KIKALI are going about the business of popularizing the Party. They have been portraying JP as a KIKALI outfit and in the process they have isolated all the other aspirants who are in JP but not in KIKALI. Of late there has been an exodus of aspirants to PNU and DP who are also gaining popularity in Meru.
It is for this reason that I am calling for a round table meeting of all JP aspirants who are as concerned as I am, in order to chart our way forward to avoid a situation where opposition is taking advantage of the dissatisfaction and confusion that is being created by a few selfish individuals. Invitation to the meeting will be sent to those who are interested and therefore if you are interested in attending the meeting please send your confirmation to the email@example.com
There are instances where aspirants who do not belong to the KIKALI have been subjected to humiliation and embarrassment by being refused to address voters in functions. Others have been told openly that the train has left the station and there is no room for them in KIKALI. Such irresponsible utterances from those who are supposed to bring people together to vote for Uhuru have not and will not contribute to building any form of unity of purpose within JP. I am aware of the fact that HE the President and DP have promised that the JP nominations will be free and fair. However, when the leading coordinator of JP activities in Meru, who is also an aspirant, continues to let everybody know that he is not as foolish as he looks to have forgotten to secure a bed room for himself within JP, then one is left to wonder how the free and fair nomination process will be realized. It is on this premises that I am calling for an urgent meeting of all aspirants who are as concerned as many of us are, in order to chart the way forward and thereafter inform the President accordingly. The meeting will take place as soon as possible and details will be communicated to those who will have confirmed their attendance. We are committed to supporting reelection of our President and we are not about to sit around and watch as selfish individuals are masquerading as his mouth piece.
Days of anybody dreaming to be the king of Meru are over because Meru has a wealthy of decent and able leaders who are capable of not only moving the county to greater heights of development but also promoting unity among all the Ameru.
My supporters and I are for a united Meru and a united vote for HE Uhuru Kenyatta come 2017, and this promise , I will keep.
Hon. Dr. Kilemi Mwiria
It is graduation day at my alma mater today. Yes, December, the month of boring nonsense that is graduation ceremonies when no jobs are in sight. Technically, it is kids born in 1992-93 graduating this month, and their sense of reality is misty since they have been pampered to adulthood. But reality is about to rein and rain on them. Listen up, kids.
1. The tax you are about to start paying will be used to pay Adan Duale, Moses Kuria, Johnstone Muthama and Mike Sonko. The rest will be stolen shamelessly by you know who.
2. Use condoms. A 56-pack pamper goes for Sh1,750 at Tuskys and Sh 1,800 at Nakumatt. And kids can’t stop pooping. They diarrhoea half the time, get sick all the time. Without a job or insurance, you will be miserable. Rubber it up, boys.
3. It is better to live in the slum and learn to fend for yourself than to live with a married relative. You will never get along with the wife. Protect your dignity.
4. For men, dating will be impossible if you are broke. Take that to the bank.
5. Stop smoking weed. If you don’t stop, you are on a downward trend, you will never stop. And you are about to be a 32-year-old with no priorities in life.
6. You are about to discover how evil HELB is, and you will curse the day you signed for that damn loan and drunk it.
7. Invest in long-lasting shoes. You won’t afford a decent pair for a while.
8. A masters degree does not accord you any more advantage in the job market than those without.
9. The rule of “who you know as opposed to what you know” still applies. Remember that even as you look for a job.
10. Some friends will disappear from your life. Forever. *^&% them.
11. For girls, if not careful, you will wake up 35-year old, with a good career, car but no man, no children. Yep.
12. If you are about to marry your campus love, please, make sure he or she is the right person.
13. From your class, there will be millionaires, tenderpreneurs, socialites, politicians, and people who will, in your generation, lead the country in many sectors. You may just not be the one.
14. Girls, you may want to quit alcohol and cigarettes now.
15. Get used to the idea that you will always be led and managed by people who are not necessarily brighter or smarter than you.
16. Getting a first-class degree is not a guarantee that life will be rosy afterwards. In fact, it can be curse-in-disguise, in the short-run. Yes, your grade will most likely not determine your pays slip.
17. You will not be a millionaire in five years’ time. Trust me.
18. You may never achieve even 5 per cent of your dreams, but it is still fine. Few do.
19. Go to a sensible grand old church. Any personality based church that insists on mummy-daddy titles will leave you philosophically empty.
20. Weddings are not a measure of success for your 20s. If you must do one, please fund it. WhatsApp groups and invitations to wedding committees are more hated than the Jubilee government.
21. Don’t send nudes, go slow on kinky late-night and drunk sexting. Screen-shots are ruining relationships. And these messaging apps keep so much history. Go slow on the flirts.
22. Jobs will be hard to come by. Don’t lose it, no matter how long it takes. Keep your head up. But be aggressive, be proactive. Work at a mjengo, if you have to, but never ever sleep at home watching movies and pleasuring yourself like a moron ...
Tuesday, 6 December 2016
Saturday, 3 December 2016
There may be days when you get up in the morning and things aren’t the way you had hoped they would be.
That’s when you have to tell yourself that things will get better. There are times when people disappoint you and let you down.
But those are the times when you must remind yourself to trust your own judgments and opinions, to keep your life focused on believing in yourself.
There will be challenges to face and changes to make in your life, and it is up to you to accept them.
Constantly keep yourself headed in the right direction for you. It may not be easy at times, but in those times of struggle you will find a stronger sense of who you are.
So when the days come that are filled with frustration and unexpected responsibilities, remember to believe in yourself and all you want your life to be.
Because the challenges and changes will only help you to find the goals that you know are meant to come true for you.
A psychologist walked around a room while teaching stress management to an audience. As she raised a glass of water, everyone expected they’d be asked the “half empty or half full” question. Instead, with a smile on her face, she inquired: ”How heavy is this glass of water?”
Answers called out ranged from 8 oz. to 20 oz.
She replied, “The absolute weight doesn’t matter. It depends on how long I hold it. If I hold it for a minute, it’s not a problem. If I hold it for an hour, I’ll have an ache in my arm. If I hold it for a day, my arm will feel numb and paralyzed. In each case, the weight of the glass doesn’t change, but the longer I hold it, the heavier it becomes.”
She continued, “The stresses and worries in life are like that glass of water. Think about them for a while and nothing happens. Think about them a bit longer and they begin to hurt. And if you think about them all day long, you will feel paralyzed – incapable of doing anything.”
It’s important to remember to let go of your stresses. As early in the evening as you can, put all your burdens down. Don’t carry them through the evening and into the night. Remember to put the glass down!
Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Monday, 7 November 2016
Sunday, 23 October 2016
Friday, 7 October 2016
Japanese have no problem with drinking water right after waking up. Scientists say this ritual isn’t only clearing your stomach, but also is healthy for the organism, especially for some health conditions like meningitis, arthritis, headache, fast heart rate, diarrhea, vomiting, kidney issues, epilepsy, asthma, diabetes, irregular menses, eye diseases, obesity, etc. this water therapy cleanses the colon and boosts the stomach chances to better absorb the nutrients from food.
Moreover, a properly working digestive system does a lot more for the body. Also, good hydration promotes glowing skin and removes toxins from the body. The production of new blood cells and muscle cells is stimulated, including the chance of losing weight.
Follow these steps and get the positive results from drinking water early in the morning:
Consume 4 x 160 ml of water right after getting out of bed.
Brush your teeth next, but have breakfast 45 minutes later.
Don’t eat or drink anything for 2 hours after your breakfast.
If you think you won’t be able to drink 4 glasses of water, start increasing the amount slowly day by day until you get to 4 glasses.
Using this treatment can help you treat several diseases and your overall health will be improved.
Certain diseases need different lengths of time of using this method:
Constipation – 10 days
Gastric – 10 days
High blood pressure – 1 month
Diabetes – 1 month
TB – 3 months
Arthritis – do this treatment for 3 days in the first week. Start doing it on a daily basis the next week.
This treatment has no negative effect, but you will need to visit the bathroom more frequently. Don’t think twice before starting this treatment since water is excellent for your health and body.
Wednesday, 5 October 2016
The destruction of melanocytes, which are the cells that are responsible for producing melanin, is the cause for this disease. As you know, melanin is the pigment that gives color to our skin.
Cuban doctors found the cure.
Also, they developed a complete treatment for the disease. If you want to start the treatment, you need to consult the
International Clinical Service and to stay in Cuba for minimum 3 days.
You can consult the medical personnel every day from Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm. The price is 120.00 CUC. Also, you need to take a biopsy result of the skin. It can be performed in the centre for a price of 150.00 CUC. Moreover, every treatment session is 40.00 CUC.
Patients do not have to stay at the hospital. They can stay in a hotel because the treatment is ambulatory. Patients are treated in order of arrival, so there is no need of reservation.
Histotherapy Centre is located at Calle 18 No. 4302 corner to 43. Miramar, Playa, Havana, Cuba.
Patients can go home after a couple of sessions and continue the treatment at home.You will take the prescribed amount of drugs for the home treatment. The amount of drugs depends on the degree of extension of the disease on the skin. The medicine is called Melagenina Plus and each bottle costs 36.00 CUC.
The drug is not sold freely. First, you need to undergo a medical examination and have a prescription by the Centre. The price of the treatment includes a consultation and three treatment sessions.
The medicine is an alcoholic extract of human placenta.
It has the power to increase the production of melanocytes. Also, the remedy speeds up the process of melanin production in these cells.
sleeping with successful men and work hard.
2. Please do not wear the same weave for nine
months, its not pregnancy.
3. Half naked girls are hot, well dressed girls are
beautiful, hell is hot, heaven is beautiful.
4. Stop saying you cannot date a man who lives with his mother yet your dating a man who lives with his wife.
5. Do not look at what a guy drives but what
6. Before You call a guy ugly, remember 95% of
Your beauty can be removed by a towel.
7. When you were in campus you dated married
men, when you get married you say you cant
share a man, relax ma sister its pay time.
8. Lastly learn to call and consult God and not
Friday, 30 September 2016
This year, we celebrate the World Tourism Day (marked every 27th September) by pushing for inclusion and equality for travelers and tourists with special needs such as those with difficulties in mobility and visibility, children and senior citizens who may require special support and all other forms of physical and mental challenges. The World Travel and Tourism Council estimates that about fifteen per cent of the travelling population is in need of special support though both services and facilities, therefore calls sector players to implement strategies and structures that are both friendly and conducive to such needs. As a leading online platform for hotels, Jumia Travel has compiled a list of amenities that should be in a tourism facility as well as a few tell-signs to help travelers identify an accessible property.
Provision of ramps and support rails
Entry points to hotels as well as partitions and secluded areas can spell trouble for anyone with challenged mobility. Apart from the usual strain in tackling inclining walk ways, stairs or unleveled ground may pose serious health risks to the user. It’s therefore important for hotels to ensure that their facilities are all connected through friendly paths that do not increase risk of tripping over, are well finished to provide grip and the right amount friction and do not have unnecessary turns and corners. Where such is necessitated by the architectural design or landscaping, then, it would be considerate to provide alternate means of access. Senior guests may also require support up the stairs, which calls in for the inclusion of support hard rails along the staircase.
Ground Floor Accommodation
This makes it super convenient for guests and even hotel staff who prefer less strenuous movements. As a matter of exemplary customer service, hotel reservation, concierge and even travel agents should kindly inquire on any special needs for their guests during booking or at check in.
Accessible rest rooms
While some countries have made it a legal requirement for hotels and other public buildings to include accessible restrooms in their structural plan; others are yet to pass it as law. However, for anyone trading in hospitality and expecting to attract guests from all walks of life, it is vital that you create a conducive atmosphere, keeping in mind all special needs. An accessible bathroom for instance demands more floor space to allow for free movement of a wheelchair and maybe for a second person, must have supporting grab bars and an alarm system in case of any emergencies.
Reserved parking for wheelchair users
The simple need to create off-loading space for a wheelchair well enough to position appropriately for the user calls for wider parking space than for other cars. This parking should also lead to the main entrance and reception area, ideally serviced with ramps. It’s the duty of the hotel maintenance to ensure that reserved parking for the physically challenged is clearly marked to avoid any unpalatable situations between guests.
Voice announcement and braille literature
For guests with sight difficulties, braille in-room literature is vital, while voice announcements will work best for public lounges and areas. Some hotels have also invested in technology that can detect and decode guest voice messages, therefore heightening the in-room experience for such users.
Provision of equipments
On top of a considerate structural plan, hotels should equip their lobby with mobility aids and equipment as well as adaptive fittings to ease the task of movement, ablution, reading, eating and other basic necessities. Another important aspect under the same guideline is the need to factor in activities and events that may take place during the guest’s stay and ensure that all tourists, disability not counting are fully included in the same by working out adaptive measures, or suitable options to the laid out itinerary.
Friendly fitness center
Physical fitness is a basic need for the human race. While it’s almost an acceptable vice for vacationers to slack on their fitness routine, people with physical challenges may not afford this indolence. Again, living by the rule of inclusion and equality demands that whoever wants to use the gym or sauna is able to do such without any impediments. It’s therefore the hotel’s duty to provide the equipment, as well as trainers and physiotherapists who are well versed with the mechanism.
Lillian Gaitho | Head of PR & Communication at Jumia Travel
phone +254 (0) 773 014 918 / 0729 823 884 | skype lillian.gaitho
Jovago | 4th Floor | Kaka House | Maua Close | Westlands | Nairobi
Friday, 23 September 2016
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