Image by goodinteractive from Pixabay So here I am again, sitting here asking this question. The worst part about this question is the lack of answers that could provide understanding and insight into my current situation. So I go looking for them. I ask people, I do web searches, I ask God, I read the… Continue reading Why?
Is there a difference between brilliance, intelligence and wisdom? If I was to rank them, I'd say it goes from intelligence to brilliance and then wisdom. They are similar but they all have different in depth meanings. Can someone have wisdom without knowledge or without intelligence/brilliance? I don't think you can have wisdom without knowledge.… Continue reading 25 Questions with Kassie
I sat down for an interview with my friend Lorna Dawa. Lorna is originally from Nairobi, Kenya but has lived, studied and worked in Vancouver, Canada for over 5 years now. We discussed her reasons for moving to Vancouver, her experiences so far and her plans for the future. Below, is an excerpt from the… Continue reading Africans in Vancouver: Lorna (Kenya)
I have been quite interested in the topics of consciousness, the law of attraction and mental clarity in the last few years. My curiosity has led me to read books, watch documentaries and listen to interviews on these topics. Currently, I am still learning. However, I do have some observations. Thoughts and emotions (how… Continue reading Thoughts and Emotions
Can they be reconciled? I have been trying to write this blog post for over a week now but I keep procrastinating. The thing is that I know what I want to write on the topic but I just can't bring myself to sit down, focus and just write it. One reason is that it… Continue reading Faith Versus Reason
Caution: There will be spoilers in this review. I had never heard about Andy Stanley before I read this book and I didn't expect it to take the route that it did. Lately, I have had this need to acquire as much knowledge as I possibly can because I have realised and accepted that I… Continue reading Book Review: Andy Stanley- Ask It
"Comparison is the thief of joy", is a popular quote by Theodore Roosevelt. There are varying opinions on this quote, including some saying that it isn't the thief of joy. I have never been someone who lived my life based on other people's opinions or way of life but lately, I have been finding myself… Continue reading Comparison
Photo Source: Peaceful Yoga She took one last look at herself in the mirror. She would never see her face again. Her hair was a tangled curly mess. Her eyes were swollen and red from crying all day. She had made her decision. She began putting on her clothes very slowly until she got the… Continue reading Peace