I met Joan at church when she was in her Senior 4 vacation. She was lucky enough to land a part-time voluntary job on Channel44, a church affiliated TV station. However, she did not really resonate with me until much later when I saw her charge the streets as a street preacher. The Joan I … More Healing the hurt – A little from the story of Joan Sempa
Food preferences by age; 1. Child/ Young – Taste: Sweet? Salty? Sour? Bitter?2. Adolescent/ Young Adult – Flavor: How it feels to you3. Adult/ Mature – Purpose: What it does for you We all like different foods. At the risk of generalization, I have broken all humanity down into three overall age groups and from … More Food and Spiritual Maturity
Have I ever mentioned it on here that in addition to my music and my writing, I am also an editor? No? Well I am. And this particular piece is about Grace Kemigisha Agaba, one of the people whom I helped with the editing of her upcoming book. I have known Grace for the past … More Positive Attitude: The story of Grace Agaba
At a surprise birthday party last November (2018), amidst all the fun, a friend of mine brought up the topic of personal finance development. He mentioned it in passing so as not to ruin the fun, but we scheduled a meeting for January this year to discuss the issue specifically. At the Jan meeting, Brian … More Do you have a personal development plan?
Over the past year, Uganda has had a roller-coaster political atmosphere with the out-of-the-blue emergence of Hon. Robert “Bobi Wine” Kyagulanyi, a young, vibrant and ambitious musician-miraculously-turned Member of Parliament. For a while, I have wanted to comment on the strategy that the good MP is taking, not as much as a sympathizer, but more … More Munna Uganda’s take on Bobi Wine’s Strategy
This is an article I submitted to an anti-corruption essay competition held by the International Youth Network Against Corruption. Enjoy. “Kill or be killed,” “Survival for the fittest”, “elimination for the weakest.” These are the ancient harsh laws of the jungle. Yes, they do sound harsh, but yes, they were the law. Many today believe … More Winning in the fight against corruption.
As he lay still on the floor, unable to move a muscle in his well-built, well-toned body that he had worked years to keep in the shape it is in right now, thoughts began to rush through his mind, wondering how he could have gotten there. He tried to move but he couldn’t. What disturbed … More Parallels: One unlike Another
Welcome to the success series episode 2. Today, we are discussing drive! So many times, I have heard motivational speakers and team-leaders talk about the power of setting goals. We are often encouraged to set manageable goals and targets so that we can beat them, set new ones, beat those as well and so on … More Success Keys: The Power of Drive
When is the last time I updated my blog? It’s been a while, right? Yet I have been doing a lot of writing lately, but it hasn’t been for the blog. It has been some other work. I guess what I am pulling at is the power of consumption; being consumed by something so powerful … More Success Keys-The Power of Consumption
I gave my life to Jesus when I was just about six years old. I have literally grown up in Christ and have barely known, nor would I like to know any life outside of Him. But as the years have gone by, I have seemed to come to the conclusion that there is deeper, … More 77 Days of Glory visitation