I will laugh with the greenness
of young blades of corn
thrusting forward, green and bold
in a land where virgins are
two for a grand
and impotent randy men
roam wide spaces
in quest of unstable risings
Do you hear the whispers
of the blade of corn,
young and talkative
as it sways to share its secrets?
and sell its prophecy?
The secrets of the farm,
its short tales, of staggered truths,
tales of men with huge trumpets,
elepant egos and stiff backs
tales of the empty baba rigas
are not told on market days,
nor on farm days
songs of noisy plantings
the flapping and chatter of leaves, empty
but full of naivety,
an empty harvest follows
and the once wet song
soon turns dry, wilts and withers
leaves, once green,
now brown, twisted dry,
Published September 26, 2016
Some of you may have tried to reach me on phone in the last 24 hours and
Please bear with me. We have been without light in my estate for the past
48 hours, my generator packed up two days earlier and my cell phone
batteries finally ran out this morning. And in the immediate, I cannot
afford to go solar.
Please bear with me and join me in praying for light to be restored.
Since the new buzz is #changebeginswithme, I have now completely overhauled
and adjusted my expectations of this government. It is now one of
resignation. “Nemo dat quod non habet” hold true in law as in life.
I am also in the process of changing my attitude to the stories by this
change government to make it more unquestioning and accepting of its
narratives for the reasons why things are in this sad state that they are.
Please bear with me for the inability to communicate by phone. Who needs a
cell phone any way? Was there not life before the cell phone?
May God lead us through this valley of tears, amen!
Published September 22, 2016
Published September 18, 2016
Pastors who become princes are far from Jesus’ spirit, pope says By Junno Arocho Esteves Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Clergy who use their position for personal gain rather than to help those in need do not follow the spirit of Jesus who took upon himself the sufferings of … Continue reading → https://cnstopstories.com/2016/09/14/pastors-who-become-princes-are-far-from-jesus-spirit-pope-says/#noredirect
Published August 30, 2016
Here is a great example (pdf) from the ILO evaluation office of using cartoons to explain an evaluation process / service; it just shows that visual methods can also be used to explain evaluation p…
Source: Using cartoons to communicate on evaluation