My Inktober Story

A couple of months ago, I purchased a couple of sketchbooks, a set of pencils, pens, and brushes – all I needed to create art. For some reason, the pens and brushes have sat on my desk for months, like many wonderful unfinished ideas, begging to be completed. But it’s time to go, so I’m…

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UNCHARTED: Part One

  Growing up, I always loved to draw, paint and make crafts, but I did those as a hobby. The journey towards being paid for doing what I love started in 2005. It was during my pre-senior secondary school break that I first used a computer for design during a month-long stint at a graphic…

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In a bit…

It’s 3:59 am. As I sit at my desk, I’m finding it difficult to sit still. I am about to release a second work, Volume One of Snippets – which talks about the phenomenal event that has wedged itself at history’s core and shaped it forever. It’s the Easter edition – Behind the scenes. Though…

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Snippet: a lesson from Pilots

Hello. This morning, I am sharing with you what I just learnt about Pilots: Pilots practice situational awareness. They know the position of all aircraft in their vicinity, what potential dangers they represent, and actions to be taken should the danger become reality.How do they accomplish this? Pilots do not allow distractions. When they are…

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The language of the soul

I love music. I love this question and answer session. Simply and clearly said. At Ravi Zacharias International Ministry’s open forum at James Madison University, Ravi Zacharias and John Njoroge answers why churches are so divided when it comes to different types of music, and whether substance is truly far more important than style Original post from…

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