Under The Flag Of Our Land

The clock struck midnight The Union Jack lowered A symbol of cruelty and pain Lowered The end of an era A new flag raised with Renewed hope for Sovereignty, peace, justice The birth of a country Free men we stood Under the flag Of our land It is under the flag that Our leaders united … Continue reading Under The Flag Of Our Land

Through The Chair: Moderating A Meeting

Moderating a meeting in Zambia is commonly known as "chairing a meeting". So do not be shocked, as moderator, when you hear someone say "through the Chair" with a raised hand. That is a way of asking for recognition and permission to say something in a meeting. Now I find "through the Chair" to be … Continue reading Through The Chair: Moderating A Meeting

Transparency In Your Study Hour

Following my posting on The Cycle Of Pain, i have been thinking on what else can be done to ensure that children and dependants are protected. In this article i share my thoughts on writing and studying in the night. This will be a very polite advice to married creatives/students, including those that are co-habiting.

Caged People – Part 2

Hi there! This is the second and final part of collaborated thoughts on caged people. I know the title is a bit crazy, but it is what i chose to describe people in very strict and religious environments. If you read part 1, you will remember that we covered the effects of strict environments on … Continue reading Caged People – Part 2