I love my parents, but do you?

Nov 3rd, 2017 Inspiration Andrew Kiserema 2 min read

I got home yesterday in the evening, tired, hungry and recovering from a few long days at the office….. Got home, changed clothes and set on my comfortable couch just to get some breath and to relax. And relax I did, as I sat there in deep thought and meditation- with my eyes fixed on a framed picture of the Savior my Lord, Jesus Christ,…

A day in the life of a Watchman

Aug 17th, 2017 Inspiration Andrew Kiserema 2 min read

You’re knocking on the gate and it is heavily raining when you want to get into your apartment block and who is the first person that you meet? It is a man wearing uniform from the boots to his cap and even holding onto a baton. He is the reason that your landlord charges you the extra coin at the end of the month so…

What would you want to be said?

Mar 20th, 2017 Inspiration Andrew Kiserema 3 min read

This weekend, I had the opportunity of accompanying a close friend to the burial of his grandfather who passed away at the graceful age of ninety three years. As I reflected before, during and after this occasion my mind caught hold upon the thought, ‘ when I die, how would I want to be remembered?’.  Haven’t you thought about this question once in awhile?  Well,…

Saving the boy child generation

Feb 20th, 2017 Inspiration Andrew Kiserema 1 min read

We are facing a ticking time bomb in our society of a neglected, confused and forgotten boy child. In a coming day, if we don’t put in place mitigation efforts we will be bound to reap the whirlwind. It is time to focus time, resources and effort on saving this ‘lost’ generation before it is too late. I am grateful that the girl child has…

walking with the right friends

Oct 17th, 2016 Inspiration Andrew Kiserema 1 min read

We all come from different backgrounds,  religions, nations and are brought up in unique family settings. As we mature from childhood, to the teen years and then into an adulthood- the people that end up influencing a large part of who and what we will become will be the choice of our friends. When we are ‘getting it together’ in life and trying to understand…

With the right attitude you can achieve any altitude in life

Oct 5th, 2016 Inspiration Andrew Kiserema 2 min read

The more and more that I interact with my friends, colleagues, managers and seniors- the greatest lesson that I am taking home with me on a consistent basis is the importance of a can-do attitude! Life is already challenging as it is and it will only continue being so. Competition and the scarcity for the control of resources is what is leading people to cling…

Cultivating a spirit of gratitude

Jul 1st, 2016 Inspiration Andrew Kiserema 2 min read

One of the things that I have realized with our mortal sojourn and with the opportunities presented before us is to always strive to express gratitude for whatever has been allotted unto us be it grandiose or small. Every single day that we have been privileged to see and contribute to this world should make us more grateful for the many mercies extended to us….

Demystifying our culture of ‘self entitlement’

Apr 20th, 2016 Inspiration Andrew Kiserema 1 min read

Every where you travel and in many of our everyday small talk, conversations, tweets, posts and comments the word ‘I’ always pops up. For example, ”I want a well paying job after the university because I am a graduate” and if that if that doesn’t sound familiar what of hearing prominent individuals whose children end up going to court because of property, land and wealth…

Cultivate an attitude of value

Apr 14th, 2016 Inspiration Andrew Kiserema 3 min read

Life is indeed full of challenges and equally full of a myriad of opportunities waiting to be seized. As humans beings we are often on the complaining, whining and feeling sorry for ourselves frame of mind when life doesn’t go as planned. Sometimes at our workplaces we get bored and become demeaned because of the time and effort we put in with little recognition at…

Treat everyone equally and one day you will see why

Mar 29th, 2016 Inspiration Andrew Kiserema 2 min read

Over these few years that I have been blessed to interact with men and women of renown and the humblest and simplest individuals around us. One thing that has struck me is how we each need each other in this globalized and interconnected world. We can’t possibly go it alone any more or act  as others who ”try to fake it till they make it”!…