We can never know the day or time when death will come knocking at our doorsteps. Unfortunately, we have lost our loved ones to the cold hands of death. It is indeed sad and painful as veteran and beloved Actor and Star, Ed Asener has passed on at the age of 91 surrounded by family.
At some point in campus/college, especially during your final months or semesters, you will need to start planning for life after school. It is a joy to finish and look forward to graduation, but there are also many moving parts involved that can rob you the joy of completing your studies.
Pinterest Image|Courtesy Christmas is right about the corner. The airwaves have already started playing famously-known carols. Shopping centers and malls have already bought the Christmas tree display. "Santa Claus" has been placed at the entrance of every supermarket. Pinterest Image|Courtesy It may be a different type of Christmas, but it's here anyway. The year has been tough but we pulled through, so, why not celebrate the day? Children have been at home since the start of the pandemic. Let's hope they're
Realize that God is the source of all blessings Hopefully by now, you have figured out that God isn't some Santa Claus in the sky who comes down your chimney and leaves you exactly what you want under the tree.
Imagine how this world could be without love. We express love differently to different people who are close to us. For example, the love you express to your lover is not the same you express to a parent or a friend. Things are much better when you look on the good side of life. I have collected 10 photos that express love without words. Every year this man buys toys and dresses up just like Santa Claus and presents them to the children in hospital A grandmother 93 and her sister going to the beach on a weekend
Nairobi city people have finally declared that former governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko is their new Santa Claus! The Covid-19 pandemic has been a devastating time to many people with people losing their jobs and businesses. As it is, a great number of Nairobians did not travel upcountry due to the bad economy. Below is a picture of Mike Mbuvi Sonko in Santa Claus hat. This time round, although impeached a week ago, Sonko took to these areas to donate food and gifts: Jericho Muthurwa Pangani Kariokor Ngara South B CBD
On 25th December 336AD, Christians in the Roman Empire under Emperor Constantine The Great who was the first christian Roman Emperor celebrated the first Christmas to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ of Nazareth. This first celebration was held around 303 years after the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ. It also came 15 years after Emperor Constantine's March 7th 321AD decree that made Sunday the day of rest and worship in his Empire. Statue of Emperor Constantine The Great For the reason as to why
As the world and Christians edges closer and closer to the Christmas festivities, Jubilee Party nominated Senator, Hon. Millicent Omanga has sent a heartwarming wish to all netizens wishing them a merry Christmas. Senator Millicent Omanga used her official Facebook page to reach out to all netizens and wish them a merry Christmas. Her Facebook post entailed an edited photo of herself clad in a Santa Claus hat, with a message 'Happy Holidays', and "plan yako ya holiday ni gani?" Source: Senator Millicent Omanga
Photo: Santa Claus (Source/Santa Claus/Facebook). Its no doubt that William Ruto will be among the millions of Kenyans who will join Christian family to mark Christ's birth on 25th December. To believers, Jesus was a Martyr who ransomed his life to save mankind. Though mankind has deviated from that Jesus stood and fought for, there is still time to recollect ourselves and live righteously. As festive season reaches its crescendo in few hours time, there are a number of lessons the son of Sugoi should learn
Underwater basket weaving Although this term usually refers to a useless and absurd college or university course, at the University of Arizona underwater basket weaving has become a trademark.
Here are facts about X-mas you should probably know by now: They are as follows: 1. Jesus wasn't exactly born on 25th It was assumed by scholars that he was born in between 6 and 4 BC. 2. Origin of jingle bell. Two scientists discovered jingle bells song aboard ship, to pass time and ease the tension. 3. Christmas was illegal Back in 1681, people had no idea about Christmas, those who practiced were fined or persecuted. 4. Santa Claus Santa originated from St Nicholas who was so kind that he donated all of his
Photo: Beautiful Christmas Set Up Christmas's is fast approaching. Obviously, many Christians and other millions all over the world use this annual celebration to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ. But have you ever tried going deep into this one of the most anticipated festivals of every year? Today I bring you facts about the Christmas day, it's origin and why a section of Christians don't recognise it. Many Christian philosophers date the origin of Christmas to early 4th century when early Christians
Honourable Millicent Omanga has always been active on social media platforms e.g Instagram, Twitter and Facebook and have been using these platforms to reach to her supporters and followers on different issues like her social life and also communicating on important political matters to Kenyans. The senator is outgoing and have a generous heart where she helps the needy and have also been assisting business start-up for various registered groups in different Wards in Nairobi County. The Jubilee Party Nominated
We are approaching a special day of the year this month of which many celebrate to the fullest without knowing the true meaning of it.Christmas is one of the enjoyous times of the year, people celebrate together with their relatives and loved ones, share gifts but not putting in mind the true meaning and its origin. On December 25th, the celebration would have started.Bars and all Recreation centres open to accomodate customers of all kind to eat, take drinks and dance together to enjoy themselves.On this day
Few months present as many celebrations as December. From Christmas to Boxing day, the last month of the year is a “world of holidays.” Let’s take a look at some of December’s holidays around the world. Christmas. One of the most widely known and recognised is December holidays, Christmas traditions vary and are different around the world. In America, they celebrate with Christmas trees, visits from Santa Claus and dreams of snowy landscapes. Hannukah. Hanukkah, or Chanukah, is an eight-day Jewish celebration
Christmas Image courtesy The true meaning of Christmas is a phrase that began to appear in the mid 19th century when when a shift toward a more secular culture resulted to a natural backlash. Christians began to see secularization of the celebration day of the birth of Christ Jesus as the shift toward Santa Claus and gift exchanging replaced the celebration of the Advent of Christ and giving to the needy and poor without the expectation of receiving anything in return. The poem a visit from St Nicholas in 1822
Few months presents as many multicultural celebrations as December. From Christmas to Omisoka, the last month of the year is a "world of holidays". Let's look some of the December holidays around the world. Christmas Christmas is when Christians celebrates when Jesus Christ was born. And every year in December holidays people around the world are celebrating December, which they celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. In England, Christmas traditions are similar to those of United States of America instead of leaving
Photo: Santa Claus (Source/Facebook/Santa Claus). The festive season is set to reach its crescendo on 25th December when Christians worldwide will commemorate Christ's birth. Though some have upheld that which is supposed to be done, many have gone a stray in the name of making merry. Also in the list of Kenyans who are expected to celebrate Jesus' birth is Kenya's first deputy president William Ruto. His life is sure a testimony of what God is capable of doing and this year has been an elephant to him courtesy
Christmas day is a university holiday celebration in which Christians celebrate the birthday of Jesus Christ. The precise origin of choosing 25 December as the birthday of Jesus is unknown because there are no clues or evidence in the Bible indicating that day to be the birthday of the Savior Jesus Christ. Sextus Julius Africanus first identified the date for Christmas celebration in the year 221 and then the date became universally accepted. The early Christian community especially the Fathers criticized the
It is true to say that former Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has had a rough December. However, it seems his impeachment has not affected his Christmas spirit after he walked Nairobi roads dressed like Santa Claus and surprising Kenyans with a holiday gift. Mike Sonko said "As we usher this festive season to celebrate the birth of Jesus I wish to encourage you all to extend your generosity & kindness to your neighbours & community. As Mother Teresa once said, “It’s not how much we give, but how much love