Corrections are an expensive habit. Do not bank on them because they will bankrupt you.
I have not blogged in a long time. Covid 19 has been taxing and draining in many ways and I have found myself wondering why I could not put pen to paper in an era which is supposedly giving us more idle time. I then discovered I was wrong, while Covid 19 might have kept […]
I remember my father…(2020 version) A man who will not read has no advantage over one that cannot read. – Mark Twain The last time I saw my dad alive was mid 2005 when I visited home from my then workstation in Chirundu. On the eve of my departure he gave me his whole library […]
Happy Fathers Day my brothers. The battle demands that we forego our conflicted issues and create a legacy that will not afflict our children.
I don’t want to be remembered for being liked. I want to be remembered for being real. – G Gregg Murray One of the most painful things Covid19 has brought is the pain of being unable to travel beyond one’s local boundary as efforts to contain the scourge are being enforced. In this stricture has […]
Everything in excess is opposed to nature – Hippocrates Before the lockdown I used to swivel my seat from the vantage position at my desk, shift the drapes aside and nod my heard in affirmation. I would be affirming a sound that I was used to hearing every evening before 1800 hours. It was the […]
We need to catch the rainbow. We need to paint a new picture. Happy Independence Day Zimbabwe. Let us gather your brushes and run them under the running water. In innocence.
We are the most broken generation and by default carry the most stubborn generation genes but we seem to have failed to transform that to a strength. We form the bulk of the labor force and potentially the voting majority but I am yet to be convinced that the demographics reflect as such politically. So who is representing and speaking for us if we are not?