Life

Survival mode to Faith mode

Zimbabwe is like a Rubik’s cube right now. Mixed up! If we get one side working, another side gets muddled. When we have Zesa, there’s no fuel and when we get fuel, then there’s no money and so on. I wish all the sides were solved. I never thought I would have the difficult task […]

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Keep going Zimbabwe!

The last couple of days in Zim have really been quite unsettling. Prices going up, fuel queues, bank charges going up, unbalanced multi payment methods because of cash shortages. Panic, fear, anxiety, stress, confusion.. As Zimbabweans, what do we do? 1 – Moan about the things we have no control over and quit? Or 2 […]

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The missing puzzle piece

My daughter and I spent a lovely time doing her Hello Kitty puzzle. We love doing puzzles and its exciting when the pieces you pick up just connect to nearby ones and slowly the picture begins to take shape. Puzzles get easier as you approach the end and its exciting to put the last piece […]

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Whatsapp Etiquette

Ping! A notification, whoohoo! I got a whatsapp message, or wait.. 350 unread messages!! In this age of instant communication and accessibility, its important to re-evaluate our ways of communicating better with each other, therefore I have decided to write 8 Ways to Ensure Good Whatsapp Etiquette. If you have any other points, please share […]

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Winter Warmer Blanket Drive

Over the last few weeks we have been collecting blankets as part of the Winter Warmer Blanket Drive which is an initiative that was started by Violette Sohaili Kee-tui that we have partnered with. Violette has such a huge heart for helping the less privileged people in our community and her commitment to charitable work […]

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Pursue Your Dream

Pursue your dreams with passion! Your dream is not going to come to you, you’ve got to go to it! The lion who just sat around expecting the zebra to present itself for dinner will always complain that he is hungry and the conditions aren’t right for him! See yourself through the fiery eyes of […]

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Do you need a bigger bike?

I often get a glimpse of how God sees me as His son when I look at my children. When they don’t listen, I ask God if this is how I have been with Him and He reveals to me ways I also haven’t listened. The same goes for when I look at my kids […]

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Being Skilful

One of the ways God speaks to us is by constantly bringing something to our attention. He can use different sources to repeat the same message to you and highlight what He wants to say. If God is speaking to you about losing weight, someone might suggest that you may be looking “well” and then […]

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Competing against yourself pt 2

I remember measuring my run up and looking at the bar at the Athletics High Jump in grade 4. Almost everyone cleared the first round except for the fat boys who bent the bar (hahahaha!). In those days (1992) the high jump pole was metal so the teacher had to try and bend it the […]

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Competing against yourself pt 1

Competition is the way of survival. One of the reasons I believe that sport is good for children is that it teaches them how to compete. Competition exists in every aspect of our lives and we will not succeed or improve if we don’t know how to compete. Whenever my children have running races up […]

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