In Our World

"Use absence to increase respect and honour. Too much circulation makes the price go down. Create value through scarcity."

This seems to be an inspiration to some of my FB friends but still I hope they will read this note nonetheless... Ever since I was born I have lived through dire warnings of nuclear catastrophe, global warming,ozone depletion, universal extinction via alcohol and weed- like-stuff, economic recession and the screeched predictions of Armageddon. On such dates of pre-empted Armageddon Kenyans rely on Australians for any sign of it for tomorrow is not expected to reach on the day of doom. It just defeats logic.

For the last few years, the chorus for generational change has gained currency. The unbearable
circumstances facing the citizens in particular the youth have forced them to reject the old guards. Public reactions in newspapers, letters to the editor, vox poxs, radio/TV call-ins and sms polls all indicate overwhelming opposition to them. Such informal surveys cannot be ignored because trends indicate they give a fair reflections of prevailing attitudes.

Who gossips with you will gossip of you. Perhaps to give more insight, some people talk too much without ever considering who they are talking too. I know of a famous prayer, "Oh Lord help me keep my enemies close and my friends even closer" When someone is your true friend , the way they say your name is different. You just know that your name is safe in their mouth. I wish it applied to all of you.
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