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Topic: I HAVE STARTED,WHO WILL JOIN ME - dtrx  [941 views | 26 replies]
Wednesday, January 30, 2008 15:38
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This topic is only for peace hope and positive messages alone. if you have something else to say,say it in the other topics. 

We have seen our MPs have started going out door to door telling the constituents to stop the madness starting with Jirongo,PKenneth and the others, thumbs up to kiss f.m for the initiative.

Apart from giving your materials to the displaced,If you know of anyone planning to do or is already committing all the evil try n talk some sense into them.  Send and forward peace and reconciliatory sms's.  It’s the least we can do to save our beloved country.


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Friday, February 01, 2008 09:49


on behalf of Kikuyus I forgive you and all Kalenjins. I will treat no one from your tribe and everyone else that is not Kikuyu unfaily. We are all Kenyans and the creation of God

Omba utapa,usiibe
Friday, February 01, 2008 08:32

I suppported ODM in the elections. Now I dont support ODM,I dont support PNU,I support the call for peace. I am a Kalenjin and I denounce in the strongest terms possible the actions of my fellow Kalenjins who displaced other tribes from Rift Valley,to a large extent,the Kikuyu. Please forgive us Kikuyus. Revenge will get us nowhere aas you will revenge on an innocent man,who will in turn loo for your very own and revenge on them. A vicious cycle whih can only stop when we are all dead. Let us not go that way. Let it stop with us.

This has already affected ALL of us. We have lost loved ones,friends or family,we have lost jobs,we have lost business. Our industries are collapsing. How far does it need to go before we stop?

Let us shun the violence and any calls for the same. Let us not destroy ourselves.

GOD save Kenya.

For your dreams to come true,you've got to wake up!
Pray Kenya Pray [charlie]
Thursday, January 31, 2008 19:09


Kenyans need to recite solomon's pray during installation of the ark of the covenant found in first kings 8:22-52

Thursday, January 31, 2008 19:05

Thank God we still have people with a heart in this forum.  Peace is expensive and like Annan said,we also have to make hard choices to attain it.  In person,i pledge from this day forward to become Kenyan as opposed to Meru.  I will stop,deliberately (and may God help me),to border any more hatred in my heart towards members of other tribes because just like me,they never chose to be born Kikuyu,Luo,Kalenjin et al.  The late Fr Michael was a friend,who celebrated my wedding mass and i must say that i forgive all who stoned him to death.  I also pray that the good lord will grant strength to families that have suffered destruction of both lives and property and to encourage them that God won't let them down.

As for those who seem to glorify violence (even in this forum),i beseech thee to stop and realise that violence only begets violence.  Stop the hatred in your hearts and lets focus on reconcilliation instead. God bless ye all and God bless Kenya

Thursday, January 31, 2008 18:10

I believe that to meet the challenges of our times,all kenyans will have to develop a greater sense of universal responsibility. Each of us must learn to work not just for oneself or one's own family,but for the benefit of our whole nation. Universal responsibility is the key to our survival. It is the best foundation for Kenyan peace.

Responsibility does not only lie with the leaders of our country or with those who have been appointed or elected to do a particular job. It lies with each of us individually. Peace,for example,starts within each one of us. When we have inner peace,we can be at peace with those around us.

When our community is in a state of peace,it can share that peace with neighboring communities,and so on. When we feel love and kindness towards others,it not only makes others feel loved and cared for,but it helps us also to develop inner happiness and peace. And there are ways in which we can consciously work to develop feelings of love and kindness. For some of us,the most effective way to do so is through religious practice. For others it may be non-religious practices.

What is important is that we each make a sincere effort to take our responsibility for each other and for the environment we're living in seriously.

May God Bless our beloved Nation

Prayer of St Francis [Peppy]
Thursday, January 31, 2008 16:35

Let this be our prayer as we reflect on what is going on in our beloved country Kenya,God Bless You all.

Prayer of St Francis of Asisi

Lord,make me an instrument of your peace,
Where there is hatred,let me sow love;
where there is injury,pardon;
where there is doubt,faith;
where there is despair,hope;
where there is darkness,light;
where there is sadness,joy;

O Divine Master,grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled as to console;
to be understood as to understand;
to be loved as to love.

For it is in giving that we receive;
it is in pardoning that we are pardoned;
and it is in dying that we are born to eternal life.


Thursday, January 31, 2008 16:08

I wish to confess that I have been a tribalist,and even though I never took a 'panga' to slaughter anyone, in my heart I have slaughtered many. I am a Kikuyu and on my behalf and on behalf of all Kikuyus I ask you to forgive me. Please forgive me and us all.

To my LUO brothers and sisters,I LOVE YOU ALL.

To every Kenyan from every walk of life,I love you.

I pledge my love to you from this day forward. I pledge to offer you shelter if you have non,food if you are hungry,cloths if you are naked.

I will not treat you unfaily,I will not undermine you,because,you,just like me,you are the image of God.

Omba utapa,usiibe
KENYA [khoi]
Thursday, January 31, 2008 15:29

i believe that God is still in control regarding this issue and that this is not the end of our beloved country...the problem is guyz who want to take Gods position of avenging...vengence belongs to God only!

the only place success comes before work is in the life success come after work!
Thursday, January 31, 2008 13:06

"This is one thing i do; forgetting what lies behind I press forward to what lies ahead" (Phillipians 3:13)Let's all forget the past so that it does not keep us from moving forward.Make the choice today and press forward.(To forget simply means  to diregard or overlook INTENTIONALLY.)That's all i'am asking.

GOD BLESS KENYA [informix]
Thursday, January 31, 2008 11:04

Dearest Kenyans,
I am very convinced that we can make peace,and we should strive to heal
wounds. I also know that none of us can win through egocentric
imaginative principle of "it is either me or nothing"
We need to appreciate that life is only made beautiful in diversity,and
the combination of the multiple socio-economic and political colors make
life worth living.
The Orange and Blue political colors make Kenyans beautiful regardless
of who is wearing what colors,what symbols and logos.
"If it is possible,as much as depends on you,live peaceably with all
men" Romans 12:18
God Bless Kenya.

Peace of Christ,

You don’t respond to a mosquito bite with a hammer
Thursday, January 31, 2008 09:19

May the Lord have Mercy unto us and Peace and Love be multiplied among ourselves.We can act as a mob to destroy and kill but let's all remember we shall be judged as INDIVIDUALS.


Thursday, January 31, 2008 08:33

Lets all be our neighbour's keeper. Remember the great Msamaria mwema story as told by Jesus? We need to practise the same from the depth of our hearts BUT NOT our emotional and biased heads.

Why swear by the holy book to keep peace by one hand,while holding a sword in the other?

People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care.
Thursday, January 31, 2008 02:17


...  Someone said," if we have no peace,it's because we have forgotten we belong to each other."

So much risk has been taken to create clashes .... 

May be it's time we took the risk to effect  peace.

Wednesday, January 30, 2008 22:47

thanx dtrx and elephant,you are truly gifted people.

God shall not stand aside and see this country go to the dogs.

kusoma sio mwisho wa ujinga!
Wednesday, January 30, 2008 17:00

Very sobering view

In the 1950s and 1960s,the heroes were the long-term investors; today the heroes are the wise guys.
Wednesday, January 30, 2008 16:59

I would like to urge my fellow Kenyans to love one another as brothers and sisters.We all know that love conquers everything no matter what we  are going through.I believe as Keyans if come together regardless of our tribes we will save our perishing country.To date i dont believe am in Kenya when i watch whats happening i feel like am in Somalia. I guess the refugees in our country e.g the Sudanese they are better off in their country than in Kenya.Lets forgive one another and save our motherland.

stocks juu
Wednesday, January 30, 2008 16:46

We have come from far together,our destination of a truly prosperous nation is so near...plis let us not fall on the wayside and bury our focus

many are the ideas we have shared and succeeded, many are the things we have in common,plis let us not concentrate on the little differences we have based on our beautiful God given tribes.

wherever we go,lets all be agents of peace,and lets leave the rest to God

God bless Kenya

Wednesday, January 30, 2008 16:42

"One of the most persistent ambiguities that we face is that everybody talks about peace as a goal. However,it does not take sharpest-eyed sophistication to discern that while everbody talks about peace,peace has become practically nobodys' business among the power-wielders. Many men cry Peace! Peace! but they refuse to do the things that make for peace."

''Resentment is like drinking poison and then hoping it will kill your enemies."
Wednesday, January 30, 2008 16:21

“Peace is not merely a distant goal that we seek but a means by
      which we arrive at that goal” 
                                                 - Martin Luther King,Jr.    

Wednesday, January 30, 2008 16:18

I went to  church last  sunday  with a very heavy heart angered as to what was happening but at the end i prayed to GOD to give me the courage to forgive. My heart is at peace as i pray for our beloved country. May God bless us all and grant us forgivness.

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