Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Death, death and near death


Unfortunately the reality of the violence in Kenya has hit closer to home. Last week, a campus classmate was going to his hometown in Kisii on leave and was attacked somewhere on the road. I've been informed that his body was later found in Sotik, he'd been shot dead by arrows.


My last remaining grandparent passed on last week. Almost 90 years old and with several great grand children, I believe he lived a full life. He was an inspiration and constantly encouraged me to work hard and be a success. The funeral is tomorrow.

Near Death

The highlight of my holiday in Uganda involved a 44m bungee jump into the Nile. Standing on top of the platform gives you a fright of a lifetime, and the adrenaline rush when stepping off the top lasts for several hours!!! That was the most exhilarating experience of my short life.

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At 2/10/2008 1:20 pm , Blogger pesa tu said...

Pole about your campus mate and Grandpa.
Death is the reason why we must live our lives to the fullest.Life has a beginning and an end.We mustn't pass thru life without leaving a mark.

At 2/12/2008 3:43 pm , Anonymous naomi said...

sorry bout your people. there is nothing we can say about it that will make IT (death)right. lets celebrate life, the good and the bad. Lets celebrate life, the good and the bad, it all makes it worthwhile. are you back from the pearl of Africa?

At 2/16/2008 8:21 pm , Blogger phassie said...

Death is inevitable, because God has a plan for each one of us. Pole sana.

Bunge Jumping is still on my to do list

At 2/19/2008 1:52 pm , Anonymous Anonymous said...

thank God u alive

At 2/27/2008 1:48 pm , Blogger mwasjd said...

@pesa tu
Thanks mate, much appreciated. Making a mark is a challenge but it wouldn't be life without it.

I'll celebrate it with you at every opportunity. Yes I'm back from the pearl and back to work.


I'll remember that every single day.


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