Art is not just putting pen to paper, or brush to canvas. For many artists, art is a way of life. For them, it is a way of seeing the world, a way of expressing their views and pouring their feelings. Without art, they would not be the people they are today.
This month, we are are glad to talk with Nitah, a young female artist, a law student and a passionate guitar player who admits that art, music to specific, helps her to explore the world and pen her imagination.
Here is her story.
Who are you?!
To Claim the lives of those we love!
Stitching us a painful memory with it to live
Demeaning so meanly grabbing joyful vibes
Not that I’m complaining but seeking to survive
Continue reading “C.O.R.O.N.A”
When I was young and innocent, needles didn’t scare me. I didn’t know that they caused pain, and that human beings hate pain, that pain was bad and caused hurt. I just knew they pricked. That’s all.
Continue reading “‘Needles’: Why I am slowly growing numb to pain!”
When I got married in December 2012, my life was blissful. I had a caring, and loving husband in Kenya and I went off to Rwanda to pursue my career. Every once in a while we met in Kenya, or Rwanda for a weekend getaway or more to celebrate life. Life could not have been any better.
Continue reading “Living with PCOS taught me to be hopeful and thankful”
When Lydia Muthoni was diagnosed with cancer of the breast eight years ago, life as she knew it came to a halt. Broken, the mother of two made a choice to fight the disease with all she had.
Continue reading “My survivor story: How I choose to defeat cancer every day- Part 2”
Life is unpredictable enough as it is. Every second of our lives is a risk. We face death from all corners of our lives; be it a collapsing building, a fatal car accident, an environmental disaster, or just a mere cold, among many other eventualities.
Continue reading “My survivor story: How I choose to defeat cancer every day- Part 1”