Stand Tall

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You may see me struggle
but you won’t see me fall.
Regardless if I’m weak or not
I’m going to stand tall.
Everyone says life is easy
but truly living it is not.
Times get hard,
people struggle
and constantly get put on the spot.
I’m going to wear the biggest smile
even though I want to cry.
I’m going to fight to live
even though I’m destined to die.
And even though it’s hard
and I may struggle through it all.
You may see me struggle…
but you will NEVER see me fall.

By Pinchez

The Interview

This Sunday, it’s all about those Interview Questions you will face..
It’s about your answers, your presentation and your confidence in that interview room.
Join us as we engage Mercy W. Macharia a Certified Coach, Public Speaker and Business Consultant as we Dissect the Interview Process.

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Don’t miss this one out..
First Rule for an interview,
DONT BE LATE!!

KIONDO GIA CUCU BIRTHDAY EDITION

The Rotaract Club of Limuru is Doing it Again..
#KiondoGiaCucu and this time on a Happier mission to sing #HappyBirthday to our Amazing , Funny, Blessed Cucu as we also celebrate all August and September Babys.
After our previous visit to her some few months ago, she still dearly needs our support, and thus this call to you to help load this #BirthdayKiondo for Cucu with:
//Foodstuffs//
//Blankets//
//Toiletries//
//Soaps and Detergents//
//A Jikokoa//
//Charcoal//
//Your Unique birthday gift to cucu and the Birthday babys//
You can also donate in Cash through our Mchanga Account
Paybill No: 89300
Account Number : 5501
Dont forget to bring along that one friend who Loves Cakes..
See You there for #Service #Fun and #Friendship.
For details please call +254 706 291 140,/ +254 728 467 467

Giving is not just about donating it’s about making a difference
Meet Mama Wacuka a 90+ year old woman who sometimes goes hungry or just has little to feed
She is a mother of 5 kids and has had to bury most of them and left behind with her 45 year old daughter who is mentally challenged, cucu stays up late in the night waiting for Wacuka to come home worried sick, she fetches firewood in people’s fences ( literally translated from kikuyu) forgive my language
Anyway cucu needs our help she needs food
Last time we were there it was evident she has never enjoyed the benefit of good beddings yes her mattress is a gunia stuffed with her old clothes and so are her daughters
Her blankets were torn and she thanked us for gifting her with a warm blanket and shawl
Come join us and be a blessing to her

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