7th Aug Sense with Dr. Kinyanjui Nganga

 

To give due justice to this all important lesson on parenting, for the next 12 days, we shall reflect on the 12 parenting principles that we examined last Friday August the 5th 2016 at KICC during our Annual Anniversary. We shall henceforth brand our “Daily Challenge” as “Daily Sense.”

 

If you are not in our Whatsapp data base and you would like to be receiving my daily challenges, Daily Sense, engage admin 0718 315551 to add your phone number to Sense 101 Life Club Whatsapp groups. For your planning purposes, we meet the first Friday of every month at KICC from 6pm to 8pm and, therefore, our next forum will be on Friday the 2nd September 2016 whereby we shall examine, Personal Leadership.

 

I trust that this will help you to prepare your child for a rapidly changing external environment. I emphasize, while there is little you can do about your ancestors, there is something that you can do about your descendants. A father’s influence in particular goes to the fourth generation after him.

 

Even if you don’t have a child of your own, the children in your neighbourhood still look upto you. And who knows, tomorrow you will be a parent?

 

  1. Have you seen family generations with a certain character trend?

 

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P/S: We invite all Sense 101 Life Club men for an exclusive men session this coming Friday the 12th Aug from 6pm to 8pm at 680 Hotel to unmask ‘fatherhood’ as we watch together the movie, Courageous. Pay 500 bob to Mpesa Till Number (Buy Goods and Services) and confirm your attendance through 0718 315551.

 

 

 

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