Love for Enemies

Not because you defeated our people ,burnt our churches,women and children …Not because we cant fight back or we don’t want to fight back…Not because we want harmony or believe in the Kenyan state …Not because we agree or even disagree with you .I will never look at  ODM supporters in the same way and  our “Kikuyu Leaders” who only care  about their own interests  !I will never again say I am a proud  kenyan, when innocent kids and families live in tents  but I will now love my enemies .God didnt promise we will not have enemies but He did tell us to love them even if they are our enemies .1657 Dead many more still homeless .

I think i have worked out my bitterness and I now lay it to rest……..

“You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I tell you: Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, that you may be sons of your Father in heaven. He causes his sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous.

Matthew 5:43-45 (New International Version)

One thought on “Love for Enemies

  1. hello,
    I am a Kenyan scholar currently researching on the construction of identities among Kenya’s diasporic online publics. I am kindly requesting your response to the following questions. You answers will be greatly appreciated.

    1.What were your reasons for starting this blog/site/group?
    2. Who are your main readers- are they Kenyans living in the diaspora or Kenya?
    3. What are some of the main issues raised or discussed on the blog/site?
    4. On the basis of the postings, what’s your opinion of the sense of identity this site provides the users?
    5. Do you think offline identities are merely transposed online or does your site in a way produce a new identity? For example, do people play down their attachment to their ethnic/class identities while adopting more national or transnational identities online?
    6. Are you sometimes forced to moderate postings? If so why?
    7. Do the discussions on your blog/site have any impact offline or are they only relevant virtually/ aspirational with no practical application?

    Dear Dr Ogola;

    Thank you for stopping by our blog .Please check your Email .I have gone into great detail answering your questions


    Kikuyunationalism administrator

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