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David Kaboro
When? When did I start waiting for my opponent to make the first move? When, indeed? It became a routine. The loser held out his hands in gratitude for the lesson and I graciously accepted without skipping a beat. As if that was what I wanted!! That's not how it should be!! For so long, I sought the height of perfection. I dreamed of giving my heart and soul to battle an unstoppable adversary!! I'm a lucky man. I'm thankful for everything that led me to this point...that led me to you!!
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William Kaboro
TO ALL MY FRIENDS: HAPPY DIWALI!

May Millions of lamps illuminate your life with endless joy,
prosperity, health and wealth.

Wishing you and your family a very Happy Diwali & New Year!
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Amitabh Bachan
7 ways to sleep better tonight
(Handbag.com – Sep 29, 2012)

If you’re struggling to sleep well at night, follow these top tips to help you put down that glass of warm milk and ditch the sheep counting.

1. Set a regular bedtime
Go to bed at the same time every day. Simple. Like children, we need routines to tell our bodies when it’s time to shut down.
Choose a time when you normally feel tired so you don’t toss and turn.
If you need to change the time, do it slowly over a few nights with 15 minute increments.
2. Wake up at the same time
Likewise with bedtime, you need a regular time to get out of bed sleepyhead. Try and maintain this even at weekends.
If you are getting enough sleep, you should wake naturally without the help of an alarm clock. Adjust your bedtime accordingly.
3. No shame in a nap
If you have a late night, top up your sleep bank by squeezing in a power nap in the day as opposed to having a lie in.
The ideal time to nap is early afternoon and for no more than 30 minutes.
4. Don’t fall asleep on the couch
A decision to nap is different to just dozing all the time.
If you find yourself falling asleep in front of the telly, or worse, at your desk - get up and do something else to wake yourself up. Make a phone call, go for a walk, do that pile of washing – whatever it is, try to stick to your sleep timetable.
5. Expose yourself to more light during the day
Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone to help you regulate your sleep pattern. It is controlled by light exposure and your brain should secrete more during the evening to help you nod off.

Help your brain out by getting outside, without sunglasses, in your lunch break or walk into work in the morning.
At night, keep it dark by turning off your TV or computer while you try and go to sleep.
6. Make your bedroom a sanctuary
A comfortable bedroom means a cosy night’s sleep. Keep the rool cool, make sure your bed is roomy with nice clean sheets and keep the noise to a minimum.

Your bed should be for sleep and sex only. If you associate it with anything else like working, your body will not get the message that it’s time to switch off.
7. Adjust your evening meal
Stay away from big meals in the evening. Don’t eat heavy, rich food 2 hours before bed and fatty foods take a lot of work for your stomach to digest, which will keep you up.

Alcohol in the evening will reduce your sleep quality and whilst you might think it will help you to fall asleep, it will probably wake you up in the middle of the night.

All this talk is making me sleepy...zzzzzZZZZZZZ
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Mary Wanguingari   I will try that.
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Amitabh Bachan
Was lost a bit, but now am back! What's up pals?
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Mary Wanguingari   Welcome back.
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David Kaboro   good to be back
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Mercy Koech
Strong man and strong woman...
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Elvis Otieno   try me. Lol!
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Mary Wanguingari   True!
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Daniel Indo
GOD EXISTS – BY DESCARTES, FRENCH SCIENTIST AND MATHEMATICIAN

Meditation III: Concerning God, That He Exists

Descartes proposed that there are three types of ideas: Innate, Fictitious, and Adventitious. Innate ideas are and have always been within us, fictitious or invented ideas come from our imagination, and Adventitious ideas come from experiences of the world. He argues that the idea of God is Innate and placed in us by God, and he rejected the possibility that the idea of God is Invented or Adventitious.

Argument 1

Something cannot come from nothing.
The cause of an idea must have at least as much formal reality as the idea has objective reality.
I have in me an idea of God. This idea has infinite objective reality.
I cannot be the cause of this idea, since I am not an infinite and perfect being. I don't have enough formal reality. Only an infinite and perfect being could cause such an idea.
So God — a being with infinite formal reality — must exist (and be the source of my idea of God).
An absolutely perfect being is a good, benevolent being.
So God is benevolent...
So God would not deceive me, and would not permit me to err without giving me a way to correct my errors.

Argument 2

I exist.
My existence must have a cause.
The only possible ultimate causes are:
a) myself
b) my always having existed
c) my parents
d) something less perfect than God
e) God
Not (a). If I had created myself, I would have made myself perfect.
Not (b). This does not solve the problem. If I am a dependent being, I need to be continually sustained by another.
Not (c). This leads to an infinite regress.
Not (d). The idea of perfection that exists in me cannot have originated from a non-perfect being.
Therefore, (e). God exists.

Descartes argued that he had a clear and distinct idea of God. In the same way that the cogito was self-evident, so too is the existence of God, as his perfect idea of a perfect being could not have been caused by anything less than a perfect being.
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Elvis Otieno   I like this scientific approach. Very good logic.
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William Kaboro
ATTEMPT BY HACKERS TO CAPTURE MY E-MAIL ADDRESS. WATCH OUT!

See below the message that I received, inviting me to click on links to ("re-verify" or "reactivate"
my e-mail). The message looks very genuine! However, I didn't fall into the temptation.

Dear user

We noticed a suspicious Attempt to your Yahoo account from an unrecognized device on
Tuesday 21, October 2014
IP Address:194.213.3.4
Location: United Kingdom ,England

Your email account has been logged in on another computer.
Your email will be blocked within Hours if you don't verify your account.

You are required to verify your password to continue sending and receiving messages.

RE-Verify to continue receiving messages (link given)

If this wasn't you, please follow the links below to keep your Yahoo account safe

RE-Activate second sign-in (link given)

Regards,

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Hope you enjoy the newest Yahoo! Mail.
Yahoo! Team.
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Amitabh Bachan   Hackers, hackers! Sly as hell.
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Mwaniki Albert   I could have taken in that hook,line n bait!!!!...thanks for the warning
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William Ofkamweti
NEVER LET FAILURE DISCOURAGE YOU...

Richard Branson:

He’s a billionaire mogul of Virgin but has had his share of failures. Remember Virgin Cola or Virgin credit cards? Probably not. He’s lost hundreds of millions of dollars but has not let failure stop him. When you’re rich like him you can rent his private island for $53,000 a night.
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Mwaniki Albert   Most of the Famous Successful people r also Famous Failures....in the Success journey u have to get a few punches
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William Ofkamweti
NEVER LET FAILURE STOP YOU...

Albert Eistein:

He didn’t speak till he was four and didn’t read till seven. His parents and teachers thought he was mentally handicapped. He eventually turned out to win a Nobel prize and be the face of modern physics.
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Success Team
THE ONLY DISABILITY IN LIFE IS....
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