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How to be more like Superman

I’m a misfit and always have been. I’ve always had a thing for communicating via t-shirt messages. During high school, I often wore shirts or buttons with messages like “I’m not from this planet” or “Why be normal?” In my senior year, I (along with a male student) was voted “most unique.” I knew back then like I know today that “unique” is often a nice way of saying “weird.” But that’s okay. Like I said, I’m a misfit and always have been. By the way, Merriam-Webster’s (online) Learner’s Dictionary defines misfit as:” a person who is different from other Read More

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Meet the Caroline Wambui Mungai Foundation

Television shows like “Secret Millionaire” and “Undercover Boss” have reminded us of the biblical charge to treat people well because we could be entertaining angels. All of these things remind us that you just never know who you are interacting with. Three years ago, when I started working with Catherine Wanjira Mungai, I had absolutely no idea that 1.) we would become such great “sister-friends” or 2.)┬áthat she was a business/ministry force to be reckoned with. It turned out that Catherine’s family operates a foundation that provides housing and education for vulnerable children in Kenya. As I’ve gotten to know Read More