Why I Write Life Stories

Living in the modern world you notice that the circle seems complete. No new things occur. Everything that happens has already happened and is also happening somewhere else. Life covers much and so it is like an encyclopedia of occurrences.
As i live now i have read and heard stories of great people who inspired and still inspires the world today even though they are long time living dead. This is because someone wrote about them thus their stories are living.
It is the same spirit that pushed me towards writing about my stories of life because i don’t want someone to write them for me. I believe there is someone out there who goes through a similar challenge(s) and thinks of giving up. Once he/she comes across such a story they notice they aren’t alone and gets encouraged and moves on. Life story cover challenges, solutions and successes.
The world is digitalised today and so such e-articles reach many readers thus i believe it touches many souls.
Sharing a life story doesn’t equate to search of favours as people may take: don’t misquote writers.
My targets are always to inspire, educate,motivate,warn,advice, rebuke and instill courage into those soul almost giving up.
I have always worked heard trying to make my life what i want it to be. It’s well said be the change you want to see ;that’s the greatest idea behind my reasons.
I don’t seek favours but chances to express my deepest feelings and showcase my abilities and strength towards my future and success.
I always have time to think on what to write and so putting them down on a scroll isn’t a big deal.
Undergoing hardship is the best way to define a future because you get recharged and strengthened to work and walk towards SUCCEESS.
Live your life and don’t be selfish share it and let others know what you have done to be where you are.
Someone somewhere may mention you as his/her greatest mentor or one who inspires him/her at large.


Victor Winjila.

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Showers of Death & Destruction

By Victor Winjila

Rains have always been known as blessings.  Well, what we have experienced in Kenya in the recent number of days is a different story. If you asked drivers what it was like ,I bet “Ocean” will be their likelihood response. Motorists who were trapped in the flooded areas must have thought of turning vehicles into motorboats over Indian Ocean.


This is how things have been going on in Kenya since the arrival of rains in late April and early May of 2015. Floods have attacked several counties and towns causing deaths,damage,property loss and unplanned vacations.


The floods that attacked Narok town on 22/05/2015 left atleast 11 dead and property worths millions unsalvaged.
The Makueni floods left a 70 years old ex-chief and a 9-year old girl boy dead.


The floods also rendered many families homeless after destroying over 40 houses.
The Nairobi floods left atleast 15 dead after collapsing walls and buildings. Property worth millions was swept away by waters.The waters flooded most areas especially in the southern parts of Nairobi causing difficulties in transportation since most roads were being over flown by water.


Other reported floods were experienced in Isinya,Kajiado county where atleast 10 died.
On 13/12/2014 , two people died in Ngobit,Laikipia county. A girl aged 5 was into a dam by floods and a man aged 40s was driven downstream.
Other areas include Kisumu,Taita Taveta and Mombasa.
Kenyans are urged to be careful while choosing residences. Avoid plateaus pooly or rarely drained.



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