Coming Of Age – My Process

Coming Of Age – My Process

“How are you, by the way?” my sister asked with a chuckle. “I haven’t been feeling good. I’m exhausted and dizzy all the time, and I’m drinking tons of water lately so I don’t think it’s dehydration. Focus is really hard and I’m just all around stressed out.” That was...
THEY: The Beginning After The First

THEY: The Beginning After The First

Amid the chaotic mess of clothes and stationery lay a broken frame. It contained what she once considered to be her most precious possession. The flames crept from one paper to the next, smoke engulfing the room until her eyes stung. Then came the screaming. Pain shot...
To Be The Parent You Wish You Had

To Be The Parent You Wish You Had

It’s not uncommon for children to blame their parents for their problems. This blame usually carries on to adulthood. In Zimbabwe, it is counter-cultural to voice out our qualms, so we silently (and sometimes verbally – to friends and other family members) make...
Hiding Behind the Rosary

Hiding Behind the Rosary

There was once a time I could pray four rosaries a day. And by that I mean I’d go through all Joyful mysteries in the morning, Luminous mysteries at noon, Sorrowful mysteries during the hour of mercy (with the bonus of the Divine Mercy chaplet within the same hour)...