The Struggles of African Women by Alex Bliss About Alex Every time I find myself on a bus next to a woman with bunches of unripe bananas and a basket of cereal in Nairobi, I remember my mama. Indeed I Continue ReadingThe Struggles of African Women
Standoff at Kenya Music Festival by Alex Bliss About Alex Now, here we Kenyans are in the 21st century, still wrestling with issues of who is better than the other – who gets to dominate who in the pecking order. This Continue ReadingStandoff at Kenya Music Festival
Drought in Kenya by Alex Bliss About Alex When I visited Mama in the village of Kangaita on my return home from a visit to Nairobi, the weather that greeted me in Nanyuki town was arid and suffocating. I had to Continue ReadingDrought in Kenya
by Dan Smith Follow these five simple steps and you will find yourself well on your way down the spiritual path. In the frenzy of a fast-paced world, most of us are on a swift pace trying to accomplish earthly Continue Reading5 Secrets to Spiritual Success
It’s been almost two months since my last blog, and a lot has changed. A lot is always changing. To follow up from the last blog, I have not yet heard from the person that I did an experiment for. Continue ReadingBlog 4: The Next Chapter
by Keith J. Clark About an hour ago I was at work. My shift had ended, and I was replying to an email. I conducted my first “experiment.” Earlier this month I had a telephone reading. In that reading I Continue ReadingBlog 3: Wait for Nothing – Spirit Brings Them to Me
by Keith J. Clark This is not easy to answer with brevity, but in my mind I heard the words flowing past when I wrote the paragraphs above (In Blog 1). That’s right – I was daydreaming what I was Continue ReadingBlog 2: Who Am I?
by Keith J. Clark I’m told I should write. At least, that’s what mediums say when I have readings with them. So, here I am. However, I was not told what to write about. It seems that part is left Continue ReadingBlog 1: The First Step is the Largest