I have tasted the shame of bed wetting. I have tasted the shame of being infested with jiggers. I have tasted the Shame of poverty/lack/Scarcity. I have tasted the shame of birthing out of wedlock. I have experienced shame…… But then there’s the shame of domestic abuse. And especially on a Christian woman. And so … Read more

The storm doesn’t negate His PRESENCE.

“Jesus was sleeping at the back of the boat with his head on a cushion. The disciples woke him up, shouting, “Teacher, don’t you care that we’re going to drown?” Mark 4:38 So yesterday as one of our leaders in ‘Holistic Healing Well-Kenya’ shared on the above scripture, I couldn’t help but ponder on what … Read more


But who can adorn a red pair of long trouser, throw in some whites, a dash of brown and strike a pose with a sportsman cigar if not my father. You checked his shoes? And that cap….I need to enquire. Maybe this is how they tesad those days, they’d say things like “look imeweza” of … Read more

The Marriage Institution Vs The Married Person

I would have wanted to write about this later in life, but what I read from Caroline Kangogo’s death have left me with no option. I grasp things slowly; apologies for bringing this up later after you’re almost forgetting her. In this case I will write about the MARRIAGE institution. Let’s talk as individuals; society … Read more


One Wednesday evening, April 2019, I walked into All Saints Cathedral. The Alabastron Network Trust had an open day then. A dear friend had suggested I should attend their renewing self programme, she’s very blunt and the choice was mine to make. So this evening I crept in, smoothed nothing off my derriere and slumped … Read more


                                                                    Often than not we’ve found ourselves propagating, embracing, worshipping, enabling and providing a healthy environment for abuse to thrive. Sometimes out of ignorance, sometimes because it’s what we’ve been conditioned to since time immemorial and sometimes we just don’t give a damn. I was an enabler too, because I lacked knowledge. But when I … Read more