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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I have paid my taxes and it doesn’t feel good.

With all the stories of corruption, misuse of funds and misalignment with citizen priorities, paying my taxes just feels aweful, less like “kujitegemea” and more like “kujikandamiza”. I have paid my taxes though so that I can have the confidence to demand that my money is well spent in the things I consider priority.

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Imagine the future

Imagine this: you wake up in the morning and go brush your teeth. As you do, you are scrolling through the latest news in social media and news. You sit to take your morning pee and your loo analyses it to note that you have a early UTI and alerts your doctor, who based on …

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