What you sow is what you harvest. The universe mirrors you.
As men, our first heroes are our fathers.
For lack of school fees, Jos dropped his teaching career to sell boiled eggs, then he fell in love with dancing, an art that now pays his bills.
How I wish I could, today, report that Fiolina is back and that we were living together happily after.
As easy as it seems for young people to just move out and establish independence, it is not. And it’s even harder for parents.
Nairobi artist and graphic designer Victor Omondi has painted his way to a successful career with his eye-catching cityscapes.
What the person in need requires is a listening ear, a shoulder to lean on, or simply being pointed towards the right direction.
Dr Esther Maina, 45, a biochemist and lecturer at the University of Nairobi, reflects on her unexpected diagnosis with Multiple Sclerosis, and how she’s learned to cope
Juma Winstone Arondo, is the founder and managing director of Bigsmile Dental Clinic, Kitengela