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  1. Halima’a story is a bittersweet one for me. It’s still a beautiful journey regardless of whether she sticks to her current understanding of herself, her faith, hijab or not, this 23 yo young woman is at the beginning of a life expanding and enriching dialogue with herself, the modeling industry andRead more

    Halima’a story is a bittersweet one for me. It’s still a beautiful journey regardless of whether she sticks to her current understanding of herself, her faith, hijab or not, this 23 yo young woman is at the beginning of a life expanding and enriching dialogue with herself, the modeling industry and her spirituality.

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  2. You articulated that so succinctly. Growing up an old soul,getting old and losing the soul. The circles and cycles of the mortality realm.

    You articulated that so succinctly. Growing up an old soul,getting old and losing the soul. The circles and cycles of the mortality realm.

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  3. I’m manifesting the powers Elsa and Larry did next year. It’s gratifyingly good to see fellow Kenyans succeed in a global scare innit?

    I’m manifesting the powers Elsa and Larry did next year. It’s gratifyingly good to see fellow Kenyans succeed in a global scare innit?

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  4. Whew. I have several, but here are my best two: “You will find that if you look for the light, you can often find it. But if you look for the dark, that is all you will ever see.” Uncle Iroh. “And that’s the problem with people who mean everything they say. They think everyone else does too.” KhaledRead more

    Whew. I have several, but here are my best two:

    “You will find that if you look for the light, you can often find it. But if you look for the dark, that is all you will ever see.” Uncle Iroh.

    “And that’s the problem with people who mean everything they say. They think everyone else does too.” Khaled Hosseini – The Kite Runner.

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  5. I totally get that. I personally know victims of these rogue antics -death by association-. There’s just something fundamentally flawed with the recruitment, training and the essence of being a public defender as a cop. Strange enough, I don’t know any case where people failed police academy.. I meaRead more

    I totally get that. I personally know victims of these rogue antics -death by association-. There’s just something fundamentally flawed with the recruitment, training and the essence of being a public defender as a cop. Strange enough, I don’t know any case where people failed police academy.. I mean…

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  6. There’s really no honest or sure way to answer this question. On one side, someone who lives in the crime ravaged neighbourhoods can see it as the only solution and view your sentiments as elitist. I have read instances where these thugs are arrested then released a day after only to go back to ruinRead more

    There’s really no honest or sure way to answer this question. On one side, someone who lives in the crime ravaged neighbourhoods can see it as the only solution and view your sentiments as elitist. I have read instances where these thugs are arrested then released a day after only to go back to ruining lives. In most cases, these crooks work in cahoots with the cops soo it’s a somewhat sensitive matter.

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  7. I think this can be viewed through the lenses if tolerance, religion and the African tradition society customs… funny how I read a certain article about misconceptions.. actually, lemme share that. https://www.bustle.com/p/lgbt-people-of-reddit-share-the-misconceptions-theyre-tired-of-hearing-from-sRead more

    I think this can be viewed through the lenses if tolerance, religion and the African tradition society customs… funny how I read a certain article about misconceptions.. actually, lemme share that.
    https://www.bustle.com/p/lgbt-people-of-reddit-share-the-misconceptions-theyre-tired-of-hearing-from-straight-friends-78170

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  8. This is a very detailed answer that raises really poignant points. It’s even confounding that manufacturing companies are closing shop due to over taxation, hostile environment for business esp the requirements to paying a gazillion licences that make no sense.

    This is a very detailed answer that raises really poignant points.

    It’s even confounding that manufacturing companies are closing shop due to over taxation, hostile environment for business esp the requirements to paying a gazillion licences that make no sense.

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