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Am a professional plumber based in Uganda with ardent enthusiasm in poetry,leadership,financial literacy and love being around kids teaching them as we interact about there day to day challenges. I don't entertain guileful people and such people shouldn't be acquainted with..

He called Her Glass!




He, whose face reeked of a rough, cracked, near croak, unnecessarily loud voice, called her glass. He did not even attempt to sound like he should have. He refused to raise his voice. He sounded as if he was comfortably lying on his back at the depth of a humongous dark black clay pot, forgotten under a bed that prided itself of harboring the most ingeniously created beautiful thick array of cobwebs. He was calm, his voice deep, touching lightly, carefully, the soft of her middle ear. She could hear his gentle catch of breath, she imagined how loosely he held his phone, and pushed her own further from her ear.

She, her mother’s daughter, her father’s son, GLASS: fragile, breakable, irreparable if broken, unable to hide cracks, to be handled with care, moved like an egg. She was not the least offended. He had seen glass. His eyes had…

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This is a true story of a boy named Howard Kelly. He was born unprivileged hence, he sells goods from one house to another just to earn a living and pay his education. One day he felt so hungry and decided to ask for something to eat at the next house he is set to visit. However, he lost his guts to ask for a meal when a beautiful young woman opened the door for him.
Instead of asking for a meal, he just asked for one glass of water. But the young lady noticed that he looked hungry. So instead of water she brought him one large glass of milk. He slowly drank the milk and asked “How much do I need to pay”? The lady replied, “You don’t have to pay me anything as mother taught us to never take any pay for kindness”.
He thanked her with all his heart and walked away. However, that little act of kindness made a mark on his heart and made him feel stronger and better. He was ready to give up in his life before that happened but because someone had showed him kindness in a very unexpected event, he regained his trust in God and man. Then he grew up and became a successful doctor.
Years had pass and the young woman became seriously ill. The local doctors were kind of baffled of her case so they sent her to the hospital in the big city. A specialist is needed to study her rare illness so they consulted Dr. Howard Kelly. He is a renowned Gynecologist who founded the Gynecologic Oncology division at Johns Hopkins University.
When Dr. Kelly heard the name of the town where the patient came from, an inexplicable light filled his eyes. He immediately went to see the patient and recognized her at one glance. Determined to save her, he went back to the consultation room and did his best to save the life of a woman who once made a difference in his life. After a long battle, he finally won.
Dr. Kelly requested the hospital accounts to forward the final bill to him for approval. He looked at it and without any hesitation wrote something on the bill and had it sent to the woman’s room. The woman got the bill and was afraid to open it for she was so sure that the cost is high and would probably take all her life to pay for it. But when she finally opened it, something caught her eye. At the corner of the bill were words she hardly believe her eyes. It is written: “Paid in full with one glass of milk”.
Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.
Practice love,kindness and care everywhere you go for it has the power to change people’s lives


Howard Atwood Kelly  gynecologist, one of the “Big Four” founding professors at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland



On His First Day In office, as President of United States of America,
Abraham Lincoln entered To Give His Inaugural Address,
One Man Stood Up, He Was A Rich Aristocrat. He Said;
“Mr. Lincoln, You Should Not Forget That Your Father Used to make Shoes for My Family”….And the Whole Senate Laughed.
They Thought They Had Made a Fool of Lincoln…
But Certain People Are Made Of A Totally Different Kettle.
Lincoln Looked At the Man Directly In the Eyes and Said
“Sir, I Know That My father used To Make Shoes for Your Family, And There Will Be Many Others Here, Because He made Shoes the Way Nobody Else Can. He Was A Creator. His Shoes Were Not Just Shoes He Poured His Whole Soul Into Them.
I Want To Ask You, Have You Any Complaint?? Because I Know How To Make Shoes Myself. If You Have Any Complaint I Can Make You Another Pair Of Shoes.
But As Far As I Know, Nobody Has Ever Complained About My Father’s Shoes. He Was A Genius, A Great Creator And I Am Proud Of My Father”.
The Whole Senate Was Struck Dumb
They Could Not Understand What Kind Of Man Abraham Lincoln Was. He Was Proud Because His Father Did His Job So Well That Not Even a Single Complaint Had Ever Been Heard.
“Remember, No One Can Hurt Us without our Consent”
“It is not what happens to us That Hurts Us, It Is Our Response That Hurts Us”
“There are people out there whose only job is to hurt others. Don’t give them a reason to have so much work on their hands..

Muhammad Ali is an expert plumber, a professional Latin American dance teacher and a voluntary member working with children mentoring them in leadership aspects
at I profile foundation,he can be reached on +256705522290


Determined youth leaders of I profile foundation (ipf) which is a youth led humanitarian organization that focuses on empowering mainly young children of age4-14yrs in aspects of leadership etiquette, entrepreneurship Ipf we believe in mentoring children to be leaders without titles or traits through impacting moral behaviors and making sure they work hard and always be remembered for something good in there locality.for more information please visit our website