A Letter to Mum – Editor’s Weekly ‘Run-It-Back’ to Content From the Archives

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In this article, we let the sounds of inspiring content previously published on Qazini (content you may have forgotten about) echo and reverberate in your mind with renewed power to inspire you, challenge you, and empower you to be your absolute best.

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A letter to my mum…

With Mother's Day right around the corner, what do you have to say to your mother? If you could write a letter to her, what would it speak of? Well, some of our writers took up the challenge and wrote letters to thank, appreciate and express their love for their mothers. Enjoy their beautiful letters here.

ADHD aha!

While struggling with handling tasks, maintaining a routine, being organised and maintaining her focus, Angela knew she had a problem, she just didn't know what it was. This is until she had her ADHD aha! moments which led her to learn more about ADHD. Read about her journey while learning more about the different types of ADHD.

What is the cause of our money problems?

Well, the problems we face in Kenya such as inflation, are said to be caused by external factors such as the Russia-Ukraine conflict. However, while such factors do have an effect on our economy, they are rarely the cause of our problems. In order to encourage more conversations around the matter, Kirop Kiptoo argues that the primary cause is the undemocratic manipulation of the money supply by the government. But why? And what can be done about it? He sheds more light on the matter here.

Is it just a job or a learning opportunity?

Imagine walking, on your first day, into your entry-level job. While it is easy to just focus on getting to work on time and staying out of trouble, what more should you do to stand out or go beyond doing the bare minimum? What opportunities to learn and grow come with the job? And are you taking advantage of them? Find out the five things that Joy Matiri recommends that you should learn at that entry-level job.

Kenya changed me…

That is what Niels Tulleneers says whenever people ask him what attracts him to Kenya or what is so special about the country. What began from an interaction with his Kenyan teammate led him to a place where he feels more at home than anywhere else. Discover or rediscover the beauty of Kenya through his words.


Have you heard that everybody else is advancing and getting better? Don’t be left out. Even vampires evolved; the things and people that hurt us the most no longer suck blood, they suck attention. May your attention be attentive to stuff that’s lifting you up. See you again next Tuesday when we run it back to more inspirational stories!