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.


NB: I will continue to add enlightening, entertaining or inspiring feedback messages as they stream in from my blog readers all across the world. Stay tuned to this page!

You have good skill Thuita; try writing one novel on the lives of your natives with a plot based on their daily chores.

Ankit Saxena,

Fatehgarh, India.

You have a great blog, keep posting!

The wild reader with a cat,

[Undisclosed Location].

[On the story about "A Second Testimony"] Thuita, you wrote a great blogpost!

Stacey B.,

The United States.

Always enjoy your blog ... please keep them coming!


Manhattan, NV.

[On the story about "A Glitch That Frustrated Me"] Good post Thuita.

Jeff P.,

Newark, OH.

[On the story about "My Hometown of Kiserian"] Wondrous sharing; sounds like San Diego weather.


San Diego, United States.

[On the story about "My Hometown of Kiserian"] Lovely story. You write very well. Thanks for sending this to me. Happy writing.

Monique Thomas,

Mangawhai, New Zealand.

[On the video about "O Lord My Love"] Very very beautiful. I like everything in it.

Michael Njeru,


[On the story about "Book Review: "Profiles in Courage""] Loved this blog post! Added PROFILES IN COURAGE to my list. Thank you for a great recommendation! It struck me deeply that he was injured when he wrote this book. Injury and illness creates great internal courage. It's a fascinating coincidence he chose this topic at this time in his life!


[Undisclosed Location].

[On the story about "Why We Should Pray Often"] Good preaching.

Michael Njeru,


[On the story about "Stopping the Lying Habit"] What a good point you've made because all of us at some time have lied or as they say "twisted the truth" to benefit themselves.

J.S. Peck,

Elmira, New York, The United States.

[On the story about "Stopping the Lying Habit"] Wow! Thanks so much for sharing that. It has given me lots of 'food for thought' and was incredibly interesting. All the best.


Bristol, England, The United Kingdom.

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