It is very common for people to forgive wrongdoing by someone as a superficial gesture hoping that this act would somehow magically start healing oneself without further involvement or emotional commitment. Usually to no avail. It is in our nature to want to deal with something expediently especially if it is causing us great pain … More The art of forgiveness – a personal take
I often find myself in beautiful moments, where I stop to appreciate the complexity of my existence yet the seemingly simple chain of events that have led me to that point. It is confounding and liberating simultaneously. My thoughts then turn to people who, at that very moment are struggling to stay alive in the … More My thoughts today – What do you think?
These beautiful random pictures were taken in Kenya in an area called Athi River which is about 30-60min drive outside of Nairobi. The urban area of Athi River (town) is nothing super interesting to behold as it is more of a transit point and hub for goods being transported between Mombasa and Nairobi. However the … More Non-stop travel 2018: Part 9 – Athi River
So these pictures represent the beginning of my crazy traveling spree starting end of this February 2018. Until last weekend I have been on the move (traveling) every other week roughly. Prior to this I was also on the move a lot. You can see some of my posts here: https://kamakawida.com/2018/02/19/serbia-ski-trip/ https://kamakawida.com/2018/01/19/back-in-serbia/ https://kamakawida.com/2018/01/11/started-the-new-year-with-a-bang/ https://kamakawida.com/2017/11/27/weekend-trip-to-the-falls/ https://kamakawida.com/2017/11/15/on-the-move-again/. … More Non-stop travel 2018: Part 1 – Belgrade/Nairobi/Thika
Haven’t posted anything for sometime due to many different factors. The main one being that I have barely been able to keep up with myself because of all the traveling, events, work and just normal life things.. So far this year (2018) I have traveled to over 15 countries, some of which i have visited … More Its been one crazy year so far..
Did some browsing through some old albums recently and digitized some of them. These were taken when I grew up in TZ.
So I recently arrived back to Nairobi for work and will be here for the next couple of months. I am very happy to be back again! Will be sharing some pictures and adventures at some point. Here is a song from one of the biggest artist groups in Kenya (Sauti Sol) whom I went … More Back in Kenya!
“He who does not understand your silence will probably not understand your words.” – Elbert Hubbard Finnish Proverb – Talking is silver, silence is gold. These days with so much information flooding all our senses 24/7, every second of every minute. It seems hard to find a moment of total silence with or without people … More Do we give silence enough credit?
A world so quiet, A species so brutal, the days become blurred and the fight becomes futile. A world so brutal, A species so quiet, are we really this short sighted not even to riot. Maybe the humane in human is no longer desired, and the greed, the power has become our new … More A World so quiet.
10 days, 22,000 km, and 6 countries later I am in Zambia diving back into my work routine. As promised in a previous post I would elaborate on my new year and what really went down. Well, as much as I am able to express myself about it. Because it was quite the journey and … More Explosive start to my New Year