It is amazing how everyday activities reflect on our lives and teach us lessons moment by moment – whether it is the changing seasons of the weather or driving to and from places, or watching a baby take initial
There are three formidable choices we have to wrestle with as we begin to make conscious choices in our lives: Past, Present and Future. Often, we wrestle with these three forces wondering
Own Your Story Everyone has a story. Often, we hear “what’s your story?” That was my experience recently. The question was not “what have done aka what have you accomplished? Instead, it was, “amara what’s your story”?
When we embark on the crucial journey of being honest with ourselves, we deliberately query those beliefs, actions and all the elements that have constituted and shaped our identity. Amara Emuwa 06/2020
The Two Sides of the Same View I have always said that the seasons and nature as a whole provide us the greatest similarities and lessons for the
“Take a break”… This is a very common expression, which we say so very often to someone or to ourselves. Depending on the situation, it could mean a brief stop from an activity or a stop for an extended period
Authenticity is about being and staying true to who you are. To be who you are and stay who are, you must first know and understand yourself before you can be true to that self. Understanding yourself requires an introspection
We often advise that we all think before speaking. I find this piece below a very helpful model to apply through the thinking process…By the time one has gone through the five questions, I am sure it will be an
Most strong leaders and successful people (I use the word successful with caution) abhor excuse. Why? Humans are prone to excuse giving from the Garden of Eden – the biblical story of origin of man, excuse giving have been thriving.
The Christian Holy Week is a highly contemplative period although every week should be holy to the committed Christian. However, there is something special about the passion of the Christ (not the movie) but the journey. So this week, as