If Only I Had All The Answers

Many revelations come to us as age continues to catch up. As a little kid one looks up at the adults and hopes that time could run just a little faster so one can get their acts together like the adult. Life seems to hold so many secrets that can only be unlocked with the […]

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The Irony of Wars

(Photo credit:Google.com/war) “War is a country of will. If you are not willing to risk losing everything, then you’ve already lost” – Act of Valor (2012) We are living a time that’s been touted as one of the most peaceful eras in modern history. Much as that sounds so unbelievable with all the carnage going […]

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Originally posted on L/7 by Nduta Wangai:
To me, this morning starts just like any other would. I wait at the bus stop, just then a woman approaches me, and from a distance, I can tell that life has been unfair to her. She is dressed in a pair of dirt-stained trousers, and a black…

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The Legend of Prester John and Africa

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prester_John#Ethiopia http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/475503/Prester-John This is one story that fascinated me all my high school. Today I try to shed some light on the Legend behind John Prester. The legends of Prester John (also known as Presbyter Johannes) were popular in Europe from the 12th through the 17th centuries, and told of a Christian patriarch and […]

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