Note: I will continue adding enlightening, entertaining or inspiring feedback messages as they stream in from my blog readers all across the world. Stay tuned to this page!
[On the story about "Lessons From a Friend"] Thuita, that really was an incredible and kind tribute my friend. I am honored you shared it and I admire your strength and honesty. I hope that you keep sharing your own beautiful writings with the world for a long time to come... God bless you always my friend.
West Virginia, United States.
[On the video "Trust in the Lord"] It is beautiful Thuita! You are very talented!
[On the story about "My Brilliant Brother Paddy"] Thanks so much Maina. It is wonderful to read this story. Many best regards.
Fr. Peter Assenga,
[On the story about "My Brilliant Brother Paddy"] I love what I've read. Keep it up young man.
[On the story about "My Brilliant Brother Paddy"] Hello. Nice story there. I listened to the hymn on Saturday. Well done. All the best and God bless you.
[On the story about "My Brilliant Brother Paddy"] Great article Thuita as always. Your writings are very inspiring, and they get better and better by the day.
I love your writings. They take me back tens of years. Thanks bro.
Hi brother! I have read several of your articles and I must say you are gifted. Kindly consider letting writing be your career. For a start, find a niche area, write on it weekly and send for publishing with either Daily Nation or the Standard newspapers (they won't publish them every time but keep writing and sharing).
[On the song "Live in the Moment"] Reviewed your today's song. You might need to shorten some lines as well as make them rhyme.
[On the story about "An Unfair Punishment I Once Did"]: You were not punished unfairly. You are lucky you did not get another working party for going for the punishment with a T-shirt on. You had to wear a tie to class and neglected to do so. Punishment was appropriate in my view. Enjoy your weekend.
[On the story about "Finding an Occupation"]: I hope you can revive your ambitions to become a politician. Your country needs men like you to transform the community with great ideas or even at different capacities. Maybe as you pursue your new found interests you can embed yourself more into the community by participating in projects that put you out there and give you more stories to tell. But anyway, life is like a river, and your part is to try and build as many dams as you can.
Noru wa Maina,
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