‘Seeking to understand then seeking to be understood’

Jun 24th, 2016 Personal Development Andrew Kiserema 5 min read

In my daily interactions with human beings at such environments such as work, school, church and even at home- most problems and challenges can be quickly avoided if we seek to first understand the other person and then seeking to be understood. This will resolve our arguments, rash judgments, finger pointing, tantrums and occasionally fights resulting in serious damage to both body and even property….

Thinking maketh or breaketh a nation

Jun 16th, 2016 Development Communication Andrew Kiserema 3 min read

The greatest civilizations known to history are the Romans, Greeks, Egyptians, the British empire, Nazi regime and in our modern days the duel between America in the land of the free and China in the far east. What made these empires and societies grandiose, majestic, powerful and historical? Did they exhibit super human abilities, endowments, powers or gifts compared to us? Honestly, I beg to differ…

Political rhetoric should not stop us from nation building

Jun 11th, 2016 Leadership Andrew Kiserema 3 min read

 Politics and democracy should not be disruptive to our lives, rather it should be an avenue to build unity, consensus and provide an avenue to educate the masses. It is said that if you want a prosperous, stable and robust economy- the citizens should turn out and participate in their nation building mechanisms so as to keep their country from falling apart. If this is…

The greatest miracle in this life is you!

Jun 3rd, 2016 Personal Development Andrew Kiserema 3 min read

Boy, aren’t we all trying to live our lives the best way we have learned how! This life can be either challenging, boring, exciting, amusing,  mundane and unpredictable all at the same time. Others cannot live it for us but it must be lived day in and day out by the individual. In this game of life- it may not be fair to compare, contrast…