The Lotus Healing Seva Group celebrated their 13th Anniversary by treating various slum dwellers around Nairobi to day filled with fun games and activities along with tree planting.
Motherhood and some of its traits have been expressed in this poem although no words can ever describe the true sentiment of its Divine nature.
The Asian weekly is a weekly paperzine published in Nairobi, Kenya. Sikiladi has been a contributor to the paperzine with news coverage, thoughtful write ups and poems.
Valentine day has gradually become a symbol of Love of sorts and has crossed borders to be celebrated worldwide in a lively spirit.
The most ungrateful being of God that is "me" now and the "me" in past. Let me strive to turn a new leaf from ungratefulness to be grateful. When in childhood I did cry.... and fuss over the foods without a shame Mom said all the foods I must try.... I gave her scornful looks … Continue reading UNGRATEFUL!
Fathers often shy away in displaying affection towards their own children but there is so much love in their actions.
By Sikiladi Mom, mother or simply mum Closer to my heart ..... Than teeth to chewing gum Mama, Amma or say it Ammi Cannot resist the charm...... When fondly, snuggly she hugs me Giving birth and bringing up Was no mean chore..... Flowing with love was her cup Being far away in alien land Grateful … Continue reading MOTHER
What is it that we seek? How aware are we about our own divinity?
Abolishing hurt, hatred , jealousy and anger, Let's help raise each other's living standard. By loving them unconditionally and wholeheartedly, Be it any race, religion, color or genetic identity.
You call me mad my child But I love you my dear child. When you tumbled and toddled, My hands always fondled. When you injured your little toe And cried in pain, I smiled, I cheered you up and comforted. Hidden from your eyes I cried for your pain For I felt that pain … Continue reading You call me mad!