Writing and the constraints of time

Lately, I have been reading the legendary philanthropist, Bill Gate’s personal blog, which is called Gates Notes. How is he writing so often? He is so prolific in talking about his work and experiences and I wonder where he finds the time – considering the sheer demands on his time. Given his position, I am …

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Blue Smudges

The second edition of the Quarterly Colour Series that is compiled and published by Al Kags is out. This one is bigger featuring more poets. Blue Smudges is all about easy feelings and light expressions – nice easy thoughts. The ebook is free and the rules are simple: read, enjoy, share, republish – whatever you …

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I accept. Farewell Sensei

A great man died on Monday 9th October 2002. He had devoted his adult life solving big problems facing Africa. His life was spent find solutions to poverty and peace among different. I didn’t see him often through out my life but every time I saw him, he had been coming from some distressed part …

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