Positive Quote For Today

"The only way that we can live, is if we grow. The only way that we can grow is if we change. The only way that we can change is if we learn. The only way we can learn is if we are exposed. And the only way that we can become exposed is if we throw ourselves out into the open. Do it. Throw yourself."— C. JoyBell C.



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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 "How to Get Rid of Resentment"] Great article Thuita! Many people would find it very helpful.

Patrick Gatonga,

Nairobi, Kenya.

[On the story about "How to Get Rid of Resentment"] One of the best articles I have read. Also got me reflecting hard on how to spend spare emotional energy.

Joe Kagigite,

Nairobi, Kenya.

[On the story about "How to Get Rid of Resentment"] Great read!

Noru Maina,

Hamilton, Bermuda.

[On the video "Hear Me, O Lord"] I like the hymn...

Del Cunha,

Nairobi, Kenya.

[On the story about "A Brother Born For Adversity"] Really appreciate the kind gesture. Well I never thought twice about the things I did. It was the natural obligation to a brother. Cheers!

Joseph Kagigite,

Nairobi, Kenya.

[On the video "Hear Me, O Lord"] I love hymns Thuita; I loved this one too.

Eric Kiruhura,

Kenya.

[On the story about "The Week Dr. Griffin Died"] Wow! Well-captured and well articulated. 2005 will be unforgettable.

Silas Wafula,

Nairobi, Kenya.

Thank you for your Starehe stories... I joined Starehe in 2013 so I missed out the Griffin days.

Derrick Karani Karimi,

Kenya.

[On the story about "The Week Dr. Griffin Died"] That was indeed a sad Friday. He was a wonderful man.

Leon Gakuo,

Nairobi South, Kenya.

[On the story about "The Week Dr. Griffin Died"] Thank you, for some of us who didn't have encounters with Dr. Griffin, the legend.

Joseph Chirchir,

Nairobi, Kenya.

[On the story about "How Alcoholism Can Ruin"] Wow! You should consider making motivational speeches. It's really a well-written article.

Noru Maina,

Hamilton, Bermuda.

[On the story about "Tragedy in a Swimming Pool"] I like the story. The way it is written, the simplicity of the language, the way each sentence is fashioned as a building block for the story to capture the emotions...

Kelvin Aremo,

Homa Bay, Kenya.

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