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A Happy life = Long life.

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Monday is not supposed to be terrible as some people put it to be.a huge number of people who work office jobs are dissatisfied with their jobs, and after a long weekend Monday reminds them of another week doing what they hate for a boss who doesn’t appreciate them.studies have shown that Monday holds the highest number of suicides among people who work in jobs that don’t motivate them. Joseph Campbell the famous scholar of mythology gave the 12 steps to fulfilment in which one of the steps was to not base your decisions on financial gain. While getting a salary is important sacrificing your happiness for money as to big a trade. Joseph Campbell says that the same vase made by a porter who loves what he does and by one who hates who hates his job is that one has a soul.
New York Times Bestseller.Vishen Lakhiani the CEO of MindValley academy and the author of New York Times best-selling book The code of the extraordinary mind gives steps to challenge beliefs that might be holding one …

Water shortage should be a thing of the past

On a recent trip to Dandora sewerage plant Nairobi city water and sewerage company in Ruai, Nairobi I saw for myself how lack of planning and vision can put a capital city in chaos.in December 2016 there was an announcement that beginning 2017 there will be water rationing in Nairobi water rationing starting new year.am sure you are wondering what water rationing has to do with sewerage, let me explain. If the water from Dandora sewerage plant is recycled (don’t cringe just yet) and tapped back to Nairobi estates the problem will not exist. The rain has failed us and there are reports that it will for the first six months of this year. Depending on Ndaikaini and Abedare as our rain fed water sources is no longer a viable option. The water from Dandora is recycled and released to Athi River which eventually ends up in Indian Ocean, what a waste.in Namibia they recycle their sewerage as it being a desert country needs to be economical in their water spending.




in the next couple of years the situation is bound to get worse if nothing drastic is done.i think this is more viable than dry taps.

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