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If he has got the money then why not?
Mobile money giant, Mpesa, may be headed the Facebook way. The Facebook creator was in Kenya over the course of last week, an impromptu visit that caused a stir on Global Tech business scene. It was the first time that Mark Eliot showed envy on the largest Mobile money company on the planet. Mark made one of the largest buyouts in history when he bought social messaging company Whatsapp. He also bought the premiere photo sharing app Instagram both of which have grown to over a billion monthly users making them the largest social networks and on top ten Websites on Alexa.
What it means for Mpesa
If Facebook finally manages to acquire Mpesa, it will become a global company. It will have advantage of a worldwide exposure through merging with Facebook and it will get world class infrastructure by the elites of the Tech business. Charges will go down…
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This essay is inspired by some of the recent comments in this post. And it made me think: why people really don’t like poetry? What is it that keeps them away from maybe not writing, but from reading some really exquisite pieces by poets from all around the world?
The usual answer is something like “Poetry is boring”, “I don’t understand it”, “It’s a waste of time”. So I wanted to explore this topic a bit further.
If we look more deeply around us, we can notice that people have very little time to appreciate art in general. This fast paced, consumer oriented society has trained us to want everything now and here. An instant satisfaction, an instant thrill, an instant experience: not allowing our biological system to perceive with all its senses; truly absorb our emotions and simply feel.
Life usually demands of us high level of practicality, logical and…
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I love him too.
Today I want to talk about one of the bible stories I like very much. I like this bible story because it shows how great a Fathers love is, how great God love is for us.
It shows unconditional love. Unconditional love is so important, however so difficult for us humans to give. What is unconditional love? Let’s look at it from the dictoniory and let’s look at it from the bible.
Dictionary – unconditional love: not limited in any way, complete and absolute.
Bible story on unconditional love: The Story of the Lost Son – Luke 15:11-32.
Jesus continued, “There was a man who had two sons. The younger son spoke to his father. He said, ‘Father, give me my share of the family property.’ So the father divided his property between his two sons.
“Not long after that, the younger son packed up all he had. Then he…
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Today I was asking God: what do you want me to write about today? The entire day nothing came up, until now.
Let me take this back a little and share something with you. For the past couple of days I have been praying and asking God to change me. God teach me how to be humble, quiet, gentle and give me your peace that surpasses all understanding….. OOH – And God let me see myself from your eyes – WELL!!! Today was my test, here is my story.
Someone approached me and asked me about a lie somebody is spreading about me. I could not believe my ears, how could this person spread such a big lie about me? They don’t even know me – if they would know me they would understand that the lie they are spreading does not fit my profile……… And I went on about…
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Openness and honesty are the key to every successful relationship. And so you must always bring up anything that’s bothering you. But sensitively. And there are still some things you shouldn’t say at all!
Like you’re bound to compare your current partner to other people you’ve dated. But keep your thoughts to yourself. It’s also not a good idea to ask too much about their previous partners – or even how many they’ve slept with. But it’s completely reasonable to worry about your sexual health. With this one it’s best to be blunt. Just ask straight out: “Do you have any STIs?”
Similarly, your partner might be doing something completely innocent that reminds you of a previous bad experience. It will affect your behaviour. Like making you unreasonably suspicious if an ex cheated, for example. Bringing everything into the open generally solves the problem.
Don’t be annoyed – or sarcastic – about body image questions like “Do I look fat in this?” Instead, gently encourage your partner to accept themselves the way they actually are. Stressing that it’s their personality and the way you treat one another that’s what’s really attractive about them.
Tempted to stray?
Your eye is also bound to wander! We’re just wired that way. Just so long as you’re only harmlessly attracted to passing strangers, mentioning these moments to your partner will only upset them.
But if you’re ever seriously tempted to stray, then something’s probably going wrong in your relationship. Resist the temptations – and try to find the cause together.
Avoid “You always…” and “You never…” arguments. They just put your partner on the defensive. Instead only discuss specific events, stressing how each one made you feel, and what your partner can do differently next time. Chances are they will.
If you’re still early in a relationship, don’t make any comments at all about your partner’s finances! But once you’re serious, you must start discussing your financial plans and how to manage your money together.
Be diplomatic – it’s a hot topic – and give your partner time to prepare for your discussions.
Openness and honesty’s also very important when talking about sex. Many couples find the whole subject hugely embarrassing. But becoming truly intimate with someone means discussing literally everything. And there’s no doubt that you’ll have much more fun in bed once you can talk openly about what you want.
Then there’s your in-laws. Don’t try to keep your feelings hidden, but be respectful. Exactly how you’d want your partner to talk about your family if the situation were reversed.
Never ambush your partner on a difficult subject. Especially if either of you is stressed. Fix a time in the next day or so. Your conversation will go much better if you’re both prepared for the discussion.
And think how you react to what your partner tells you. If you’re always giving them a hard time, they’ll soon stop telling you anything at all! Instead just listen, and think before you reply.
Life’s getting harder, especially for men. Because as women have become more independent, they’ve raised their sights. And so it’s harder for a man to win their hearts.
So what can a guy do? You can either give up, and say the world’s against you. Drink all night and tell yourself that endless flaky relationships are all you ever dreamed of.
Or you can decide to stand out so much from the crowd, that the loveliest girls start chasing you.
But how do you do that?
Well, first of all, you must be succeeding in life. So drink less, get up earlier, concentrate on your studies and put everything into your work. Choose your friends wisely, stop making excuses, build your CV and network hard to get your career on track.
Be courageous and work on your self-doubts – and any anger issues. Be good with money. Committed and loyal in relationships. Genuinely faithful men are rare – and hugely valued.
Do what’s right. Be a contributor to society, and fight against injustice. Always asking “how can I help?” rather than “what’s in it for me?”
YOU ARE YOUR CLOTHES
Make sure your grooming and clothes always say the right things about you. Learn how to speak confidently and make captivating small talk with pretty girls.
And never get pushy about intimacy. Tease a girlfriend to make sure she knows you admire her sexually – but let her set the pace.
And decide you’re going to be a gentleman! A guy who treats women well. Who’s always honest, authentic and trustworthy. Courteous and chivalrous.
Yes really. A guy who takes politeness just that bit further really does stand out. Show the girls you’re a gentleman, and your relationships will shift up a gear. None of this in any way sexist, by the way. A gentleman’s courteous because he’s just like that.
So open doors for her, because you open doors for everyone. Pay for her dinner, not because you expect something in return, but because it’s polite to pay for dinner anytime you invite a guest to join you. Walk next to the street to protect her from traffic and splashes. Even feminists admit there’s nothing sexist about protecting someone!
Stand up when she comes to your table or the bar, pull out her chair, and sit after she sits. Give her your seat if there are no others available. Help with her bags, and with her coat. Put your phone away, and act like you want to be with her. Make good eye contact, and always be fun and upbeat.
Give her your jacket if she’s cold. Walk so you can help if she stumbles on a staircase. Hold an umbrella over her when it rains. Walk her home, or to her car, or to a place where she’s safe.
Be on time. Listen to her. Compliment her. Keep her secrets – including if you break-up. Make being a gentleman part of your identity, and word will get around.