There are keepers. I don’t mean the Moi University house keeper. I attest to that from experience. Keepers are loyal, trustworthy, passionate and willing to fight for us. They don’t seek attention but deserve attention and they are not of low self-esteem but confident. They are patient upfront and are not into sending mixed signals or playing games. The keepers communicate well, can be tough on us at times but that’s only because their best interest is at heart, a giving soul and willing to make sacrifices. At the end of the day, they simply want to be understood, respected and most of all loved We need to acknowledge these keepers. They are our greatest friends. They do care a lot about our actions, deeds, health and our concerns and so on; the list is endless. These keepers do
come like guardian angles to our live. That is always there for us if not with us. They know how we act talk and even behave. Take for instance I have my keeper, whenever we communicate he quickly realizes when things are not right with me. He would say “……I am happy Joy but I have a feeling you are not happy.” This is the time you know that someone knows more than what you are. These keepers come to us as friends, parents, siblings and at times even strangers (good Samaritans). They are part of our lives in one way or another and we come to see them as family.
complained it was very heavy to carry.
“How did you feel this week? “The children complained of smell and heavy weight of the potatoes.
“This is very similar to what you carry in your heart when you don’t like some people. Hatred makes your heart heavy and you carry that hatred everywhere. If you can’t bear the smell of spoilt potatoes for a week imagine the impact on your heart that you carry throughout your life.”