“When they came for the animals, I said nothing, because I was not a tourist”.
Kenya’s Shujaa main cup victory at Singapore was more than just about a trophy. It was a tribute to the past generations of players who refused to quit and to the game that taught us to love life.
Childhood obesity is no longer incidental. It is a true health risk. We can keep burying our heads in the sugar bowl in denial satiating our cravings but be warned. Sugar is the new tobacco.
Our society has formed the nasty habit of disparaging those who do ‘too well”. Simply because it forces us to truthfully examine the inadequacies in our lives.
April Fool’s day, has no real legs to stand on but somehow it grown on us like a well-tended weave.
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