A Place to Breathe
MEET THE TEAM
The universe needs courageous people.People who are not limited to their possibilities because their destinies are well shaped by it.
Hello, my name is Emmaculate Nduta. I am a graduate of Kenya Medical Training College where I studied Environmental Health Sciences, and I currently live in Nairobi, Kenya.
Prior to my enrollment in the College, I attended Kings School Umoja and then joined Gatanga High School. Those were the best years of my school life, and I am deeply grateful to God for the experiences and opportunities that came my way.
After completing my studies, I found it challenging to secure a job. However, I decided to focus on exploring my talents instead. I discovered that God-given gifts are far more valuable than any other gifts, and I decided to use my singing talent. I had always known that I could sing, but I had never had the opportunity to showcase my talent until I joined our church worship ministry. Participating in the ministry has been one of the greatest things I am currently doing.
Apart from singing, I enjoy cooking and watching cooking shows during my leisure time, especially those that teach new recipes. I am passionate about both singing and cooking, and I plan to pursue them further. In the next five years, I hope to have a family that supports my aspirations of becoming a great cook and singer. However, I am not giving up on my career goals. My plan is to advance and grow in my field of study.
Thank you for taking the time to read my story.
A vessel of honor, who speaks words of encouragement, inspiration, and hearing from the very mouth of the Father.
My name is Alice Nyambura, which respectively means Noble and Rain. I was born and raised in the city of Nairobi, Kenya, and attended school there before traveling to Mombasa for university. I am a Mathematics and Computer Science graduate and am currently working toward becoming a Data Scientist and Software Engineer. And yes, you’re correct – I love Mathematics.
I am the second born in a family of four children, and I am a believer in the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. I love life and am passionate about serving whenever the opportunity arises. While I am a quiet and reserved individual, I am not afraid to compromise for a worthy cause. My hobbies include writing, reading, coding, working out, hanging out with friends, listening to music, and watching movies.
I believe that I am a gifted individual, and I am always in pursuit of discovering God’s purpose for my life. My greatest aspiration and goal in life is to add value wherever I go. I am particularly fond of children and the elderly, as their life, innocence, carefree nature, and wisdom inspire me.
My fundamental principles include always doing my best, continuous learning, and striving to live a life of integrity. I believe in making the world a better place and leaving it better than I found it. As Mother Teresa once said, “Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier.” Finally, I strive to live at peace with everyone, as far as it depends on me, as stated in Romans 12:18.
who speaks his mind through writing and believes that different thoughts create a great voice that can transform the human race in its entirety.
Hello there! My name is James Moris, and I am an electrical engineering graduate from the University of Nairobi, Kenya. Currently, I am living in Nairobi, where I am pursuing my engineering studies. Engineering ignites in me the desire to keep learning since our daily life revolves around it, and understanding how things function in real life is quite satisfying.
I enjoy designing and building both hardware and software. Engineering is a powerful tool for solving most of the world’s problems, and I believe that it is what makes our life simple.
My belief about success is that to be a great person in life, you need to meet these five aspects: health, finance, education, spiritual, and social. During my free time, I like to play soccer with my friends and visit adventurous places to take a break from engineering.
And so, my story begins.
My name is James, and I have always been that person who sits in a corner, pondering about my life. I ask questions that only I can answer, and from that corner, like a torch producing a beam of light, I can see things clearly – all that happened to me and those who contributed positively and negatively to my life. I am grateful for all of them.
My understanding came when I realized that every little event that ever happened in my life has a positive and negative aspect.
Life consists of people who have two main characters – those with a predominantly good side, who become positive beings, and those with a predominantly wrong side, who are negative. Positive people will always see 90% good in life, while negative people will only see 10% of the goodness in life.
At that corner, I found all the answers I needed. One question I remember asking myself was why life is so fair. Fair is just a common term I use to describe life from what it gave me. Most people would say that life is unfair because they look at it from one dimension instead of seeing the whole picture.
MY SCHOOL LIFE
My school life at the nursery level was smooth, similar to all other kids. The laws of nature apply equally to any living creature. So, my character, “the who I am,” introduced me to my friends. Therefore, not all of my classmates were my friends, only a selected few.
I joined Agha Khan school in class 1, made new friends, and with time, some of the memories I had of my old friends smoldered. During P.E or games time, we would engage in various activities such as racing, swimming, or soccer. My team was called CANNA, while the other groups were ROSE, PETUNIA, and ZENIA. Of all the games, I enjoyed playing football the most.
To read the full story, of my school life, email me to get the book.
"Do not be afraid of failure because lesson and experience are built from it and that contributes to your wisdom.”
"Life is beautiful and just like beauty it lies in the eyes of the beholder”
"no matter what they say,live your life right and wait to be judged in the end by the only truest judge.”