Life & Stories


image source Have you ever seen a giraffe up close? Feed one? Their sight is as humbling as it is magnificent. They are the tallest mammals in the world, thanks to their towering legs and tall necks. Giraffes are ruminants with many subspecies. In Kenya, you can find giraffes in various parts of the country.… Continue reading Giraffes

Personal Development


Photo by  Rene Lehmkuhl on Unsplash You cannot give what you do not have.  Have you ever heard of the orange fruit metaphor about its juice? Of cause you have. But in case you haven't. It goes like this. Imagine you have a fresh succulent orange fruit, or maybe you have one already in your hand. You want… Continue reading Oranges


Courageous Conversations: Identity

Courageous conversations are a series of articles on Anomaly blog by Moreblessings. The blog is home to eye-opening stories, inspirational posts, and beautiful poetry. Moreblessings aims to bring to light the key topics in our society that are usually suppressed or ignored. The courageous conversation on identity tries to show the separation from the self. That is further separating us from ourselves, creating chaos and disunity in today’s society. The solution hides in plain sight, but we often miss it. I hope you enjoy the article. Your thoughts and comments are much appreciated.

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Fam! We have Kevin in the building. I am grateful that he agreed to share in this experience. He is one of the most consistent and invested bloggers I know. I have been learning from his writing etiquette. This piece is brought to you with love — as we learn about identity. Please go and check out his site, especially his poetry.

Tribalism is described as the state of being organized by, or advocating for, tribes or tribal lifestyles. Human evolution has primarily occurred in small groups, as opposed to mass societies. People naturally maintain a social network, according to Wikipedia. In Africa, it is a case of having a strong cultural or ethnic identity that separates one member of a group from the members of another group. For many years, the human population has evolved. Growing from small groups into larger accommodating groups as the population…

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A smile, a laugh – A Poem on Happiness

Smiles, free for everyoneCheers the dullest soul, lifts a broken spiritBrings joy to the moment,Keeping stress and pain away We have the most muscles on the face, curvesThey say beauty hides in symmetrySmiles own the best of those curves.Smile, it looks good on you Good laughs artfully define the curves on your face, toningNourishing the… Continue reading A smile, a laugh – A Poem on Happiness