African Blessings Blog

African Blessings Blog

Family

Family

Lockdown has given us additional time to think deeply, re-prioritize and re-evaluate, and to make new life decisions. So many funny and entertaining messages with visuals have landed on our phones as families have had to learn to get on and share space and time. This has led to families learning how to manage frustrations

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A Donkey Party on the Farm

There was a donkey caucus on the 16th of April here at our Community Critter Care sanctuary. It was Zara’s birthday! She pointed her best ear right at me and made me promise not to give away her age. As her name means princess, I decided to honour her request! So, what was the ‘caucus’

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A dove’s song

A dove’s song

The very clever people will be able to inform us that the Hebrew word “Yada” means, ‘to know’ or ‘knowledge’ in the English language. We will also learn from them that this Hebrew word “Yada” has a much broader meaning than just purely knowledge, which is mostly in the mind. Words like: to recognise; to

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The story of a shape called Circle

The story of a shape called Circle

One day long, long ago the maker of squares had a thought. ‘I want to make something other than a square.’ So the maker of squares made a Circle. Now the Circle grew up and was quite happy to be a Circle. The Circle would have such a great time as the Circle rotated and

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Oh me, oh my!

Oh me, oh my!

Deep inside the wooded area, the ‘boardroom’ was set. A simple set up. A folding campers table, camping chairs and bottles of water. The cyclist charity group was anxiously waiting to meet the politician to get the go-ahead for the fifteenth year running, to do their tour with the benefits it would bring. Three countries

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