Family values

Posted by | 26/02/2021
Tattoo You | #MyFridayStory No. 177

I never considered having a tattoo. And then I got divorced. There’s little doubt Western societies have influenced how we view people who’ve inked their bodies. Before tattoos gained any...

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Posted by | 11/12/2020
Say it Now, it’s Never too Soon | #MyFridayStory No. 166

"To my Kids and Grandkids, I want to appeal to you all, ‘Please make wise decisions in your life.’ Think before you buy something. Do you need it? Is it...

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Posted by | 04/12/2020
God’s Betrayal | #MyFridayStory No. 165

I was as a late bloomer on purpose. It was another one of the deals I made with God when I was a young boy. I was on a first-name basis with...

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Posted by | 17/07/2020
Less is More | #MyFridayStory No. 145

The process of purging - to rid oneself of an unwanted person, object, quality, condition or feeling, often violently and abruptly – can be liberating. South Africa has been on...

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Posted by | 10/07/2020
I’m Proud of You | #MyFridayStory No. 144

When was the last time someone you loved told you they are proud of you? My daughter paid me this heartfelt compliment a few days ago. Besides being a nice...

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Posted by | 03/07/2020
Blooming Late | #MyFridayStory No. 143

Is there merit to being patient, to wait for something special? When I was a young boy, I’d stand outside the toy shop window with my hands cupped so I...

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Posted by | 26/06/2020
From the Crucible | #MyFridayStory No. 142

The environment you grow up in is a great predictor of your worldview. My ancestry stretches back to faraway lands with tales of romance, tragedy and survival. My Father’s ancestry...

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Posted by | 12/01/2018
Happy Food | #MyFridayStory No. 14

My mom would insist she did most of the cooking in the house. Us siblings remember it differently. For peace sake, we agree that her and my dad shared some of the...

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