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This is an initiative by a computer science and technology student who has not only decided to make a difference to the world through computers but though writing too. This wasn’t built on the basis of publicity but to act as a knowledge base for people to learn and get informed. The specific subjects to be brought out within this learning sphere will be done in an interesting way using real life examples of people we’ve known or heard about. This is just the place for everyone be it a musician, author, technologist, designer you name it…we’ll include you in our sphere. Remember we will include immense link backs to areas where you can find more of information on a particular subject. Feel free to inquire about what you really want to know…let us help you find it and put it in order.

Patrick Steven Maunda.
Founder Steve Celebrates.

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ROAR LIKE A SIMBA VERSION OF KNOCK

KNOCK!!

As a boy me, my mum and dad shared a game,

We played it every school morning till I was six,

My mum would come to wake me up,

And I would pretend to be so asleep,

Then she would go and call my dad,

Who would come to me saying these words,

ROAR LIKE A SIMBA”.

I’d pretend to sleep till he got right close to my bed,

Then I would get up, and jump right into his arms,

Roaring like a simba, and then say to him, “good morning papa!!”

He would kiss me on the fore head and tell me how much he loved me.

We all shared a game

ROAR LIKE A SIMBA

This was no any ordinary roar

More than a simba’s roar

It was a roar of faith.

Until that day when the ROAR never came

Then my uncle wakes up one morning

And takes me on a never ending ride past sugar cane plantations,

ROAR LIKE A SIMBA

Until we reach a place with a great number of people, with long faces.

A confused of a boy I entered the compound’s gates with my cousins.

ROAR LIKE A SIMBA

We reached a hut with too many elderly people

Seated in a fashion like lions in mourning

ROAR LIKE A SIMBA

Then I saw my mum seated sad and ran to her

Before I got to her I saw my dad’s pic

And diverted my ran to a different direction towards it,

Only to be confronted by this big box,

I climbed onto a stool to see what was in,

And it happened to be him.

ROAR LIKE A SIMBA

I said hoping that he would wake up and hold me into his arms

ROAR LIKE A SIMBA

I said hoping that he would wake up and kiss me in the fore head

ROAR LIKE A SIMBA

I said hoping that he would wake up and tell me how much he loved me

Then my mum pulls me away before my papa even says a word

And for years he hasn’t said a word,

And so 16 years later I write these words

For the little boy in me who still awaits his father’s SIMBA ROAR

Papa come home ‘cause I miss you

I miss you waking me up in the morning and telling me you love me,

Papa come home ‘cause there are things I don’t know and thought you could teach me

How to shave,

How to play table tennis,

How to talk to a lady,

How to walk like a man,

Papa come home, ‘cause I want you back and I want to be an engineer just like you.

And 16 years later this little boy cries in me and so I write these words

And try to heal

And try to father myself,

And dream like a father,

 Who says the words my father did not live to forever say

ROAR LIKE A SIMBA

PLEASE HAVE A HEART FOR HER!!!

It’s really hard seeing a mother going through pain and be able to do nothing about it…It similarly hurts in the same magnitude to see those with the ability to help their parents through life and they do nothing about it.I understand sometimes life is ‘unfair’ but you not taking care of your parent and you can, makes a better definition of ‘UNFAIR’…she carried you for nine months for nine months…protected you from every harm…took the hurt just to ensure you were okay….she took you to school however hard things were on her..she clothed you…MEN!! now look at you…all shining, a good education, a good life and you don’t care about her…SHAME ON YOU!!! after all she went through, for you…GET SERIOUS AND DO YOUR FAIR PART!!!

Let me tell you something..whether she is blind, has read more

The Freedom Writters.

Freedom writters movie

When I lost my dad, people said I would never make it…the funny thing is that all this began at the graveside even before the burial was complete. I was too young to understand all this but this later came to make meaning in my life as I grew up. My dad’s time was up and he had done his fair share of raising me up; He’d taken me to a good school, I had a stable foundation in English spoken and most of all left me a loving mother. Situations made me understand that life had it bitter part, but that didn’t stop me from believing that it was indeed possible to grow out of it and establish a better life that will in turn be appreciated later on in the years to come. Yes I was born of the rich but was raised in the slums of Mathare, but I didn’t let that really get into me to really affect my life even though it too had its fare share of influence in my life, but some people helped me choose better, and I will live to forever appreciate this individuals: God, my mum and my preschool teacher Mr. Masaku.

The slums of Mathare was into different sections read more

PUSH ON (IT’S NEVER EASY YOU KNOW?).

faith

When things get tough on you,

Remember to pray.

When no one is there for you,

Please have faith,

the lord is for you.

When things get tough and you feel like giving up,

Let me ask, was the world easy on Jesus?

Besides he was the son of God, but he never did give up,

Though painful it was, He proved his stand.

Things will never be as you want them,But remember to always push on.

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A Lesson In Psychology

¤ When A Person Laughs too Much Even for Stupid Things, Be Sure That Person Is Sad Deep Inside.

¤  When A Person Sleeps A lot, Be Sure that Person Is Lonely.

¤  When A Person Talks Less, And If He Talks, He Talks Fast Then It Means That Person Keeps Secrets.

¤  When Someone Can’t Cry Then That Person Is Weak.

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10 WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR MOOD

Everyday productivity and efficiency practically depend on how you feel. More often than not, happy people are more effective at work and have better relationships. Of course, it is normal to be sad every once in a while, but there are days that anxiety gets the better of you. It is during these times where stress and anxiety attacks affect your normal course of life.

You find it difficult to get things done or even at least get through the day. If you ever have a bad day, here are some ways of lifting your spirits and getting you back on track.

1. Try to socialize. Go out with a friend for a walk, a cup of coffee or a lunch date. You need not discuss your problems at all. Sometimes all you need is a good laugh to get you going again.

2. Get some relaxation time. This is one of the most obvious solutions for anxiety. Too much tension in your body affects your mood. Try to be calm. Learn proper breathing, observe good posture, and practice muscle relaxation techniques. These are most helpful read more

NATURAL KIDNEY CLEANSER

Years pass by and our kidneys are filtering the blood by removing salt, poison and any unwanted entering our body. With time, the salt accumulates and this needs to undergo cleaning treatments and how are we going to overcome this?

It is very easy, first take a bunch of Parsley (DHANIYA) and wash it clean.
Then cut it in small pieces and put it in a pot and pour Read more

THE TOP 6 CALORIE BURNING WORKOUTS.

 THE TOP 6 CALORIEBURNING WORKOUTS

While there is no secret formula for losing weight (It all comes down to simple math: You must burn more calories than you consume), there are smarter, faster ways to achieve your goals. The following six workouts  are proven to be the most heart-pumping, sweat-producing, and consequently most efficient calorie-burning and weight-loss-inducing exercises out there

e. Do one, or a combination of many, regularly, and watch the weight fall off.

1. Kickboxing: 800 calories per hour

Kickboxing offers a great full-body workout because it requires you to use every major muscle group and includes interval training. Your heart rate will soar and stabilize several times throughout the class, which is optimal for weight loss. 24 Hour Fitness clubs report

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St Judes Medical Centre

VITAMIN D:

WONDER PILL OR OVERKILL?

Wouldn’t it be great if one vitamin could build stronger bones and protect against diabetes, multiple sclerosis, cancer, heart disease, and depression? Or even help you lose weight? Researchers have high hopes for vitamin D — which comes from our skin’s reaction to sunlight, a few foods, and supplements.

VITAMIN D BOOSTS BONE HEALTH

Vitamin D is critical

for strong bones, from infancy into old age. It helps the body absorb calcium from food. In older adults, a daily dose of “D” and calcium helps to prevent fractures and brittle bones. Children need “D” to build strong bones and prevent rickets, a cause of bowed legs

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NATURAL HOME REMEDIES FOR ACIDITY

NATURAL HOME REMEDIES FOR ACIDITY

Having too much acid in your body can cause you to feel generally not as well as you could, make you more susceptible to illness and cause ailments like irritable bowel syndrome and acid reflux.

While it’s important to have some acid in your body, you can get rid of too much acid by eating more alkalizing foods to help neutralize the pH in your body. Keeping you

r pH around 7.35 and 7.45 keeps you primed for optimum health, and simply changing your diet to include more alkaline foods can help get you there. 1) Start each morning off with fruit to help balance the acid in Read more

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