Try Victory Parties!

By Racheal Kiiza The monthly curtains opens revealing November and, if you are like me, panic hits at the thought of the year coming to a close. I rummaged through my diary to look up goals I had set for October, to do a quick evaluation and set new goals for November, per my usual custom. […]

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Words Should Build, Not Break

By Laura Walusimbi Growing up I heard this popular children’s rhyme too many times to count: Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me. I suppose the rhyme was meant to dissuade us from reacting negatively to name-calling. If someone attempted to beat you with a stick or threw a […]

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We All Have Our Loads To Bear, Crosses To Carry

By Eunice Aber We all have our loads to bear, crosses to carry And though one’s seems greater or lesser We all feel the weight underneath Sometimes we compare But we each can bear; only what we have been given Sometimes we desire But we know not the burden; that is hidden behind smiling faces […]

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Strength In Broken Vessels

By Noeline Kirabo Strength is often associated with accomplishment, excellence, influence, well preparedness and physical fitness. It is a much desired attribute in this day and age. Strength has been equated to winning power in this race of life where survival is deemed for the fittest. Unfortunately, not many of us are fit enough to […]

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