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If Today is Tomorrow


If Today is Tomorrow


Today, you tell me lots of great things about me;
How much you love me,
And how cute I look…

Today I treasure
Every moment we share together.

Then I ask my self;
If today is tomorrow,
Will you still say that to me?

If today is tomorrow,
Will I still believe in what you say,
just like I do now?

They say tomorrow never comes,
But I want tomorrow to be as beautiful as today,

I want us to be together,
Just as we are, right now.

If today is tomorrow,
I will still want what we have now!

Composed by,
Beneth on 30th June 2009.

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June 30, 2009 at 11:18 AM Leave a comment

One Moment


One Moment


A moment will come
When dreams will stop
And life begins,
Me and You together

One moment will come
When we will say
Good bye no more
But welcome

That moment,
It will be just
You and I

A moment will come
When our lives will be born again,
And started a fresh

No wind, nor storm
Should draw us apart
No fight, nor challenge
Should take our smiles away

Today it’s a dream,
But one day,
It will be our life.

I look forward to that,
And am waiting for
Nothing else, but
That moment!

Composed by,
Beneth on 30th June 2009.

June 30, 2009 at 11:12 AM 1 comment

Relating with Jesus Christ


Relating with Jesus Christ

Many of us have relationships with Jesus Christ but the difference lies in the type of relationship we have with him.

Our bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit but how are we taking care of those bodies? Many are the days we have taken his temple to wrong places; much as it suffocates Jesus, we don’t even listen to him.

We are like a pregnant woman who continues to smoke, drink and use drugs even when she knows that, what she is doing is harming her and her baby. Those are the Christians we have become.

The only time we want to be identified with Jesus is that moment when we are at church the rest of our lives is our ‘businesses’.

The fact is, Jesus is already in our lives and even when we don’t want to be identified with him, he lives in us, though He has grown small because of our endless trial to suppress the growth of his spirit in us.

Something strange about us, even when we want a casual relationship with Him, we want to hold him accountable for our mistakes. We question where he was; “when my child died?”, ” when my parents threw me out of the house?”,” when I was in pain?” … and much more.

We forget that, those are the same moments we asked him to stay away from our business. We would know who is to blame, for he insisted and talked to us but we claimed to be deaf. Before we blame him for our failures why don’t we give him a chance to work in us?

There is evidence that Jesus is faithful, the weakness is in us, so we need to work on our selves. Let us trust in the Lord, for those that trust in Him, He renews their strength.

Let me hope that we will consider our relationships with Him more seriously, because that is when we will bare the fruits of the Holy Spirit.

God Bless,
Until Next time,
Akoola

June 23, 2009 at 9:10 AM 1 comment

What is Sodomy about?


The last time I heard gay people did not like their relationship being referred to as Sodomy, they claimed Sodom was burned because of lust not homosexuality.

Homosexuality has hit Uganda in style starting with the most sensitive areas. As they say, slap where it hurts most.

I mean, if it is said to be in churches, churches will not fight it. The public will be like ‘listen to who is talking… have you forgotten Pastor A, Rev B, Father C…. and so and so on’. So Ugandans if we need to fight homosexuality there is a lot of work ahead of us.

Then, our schools, I must say those guys are ‘sharp’ those of us who remember our young days very well… in secondary school is the time when every girl/boy wants to feel that they old enough to ‘live their own life’ and some one shows up to teach you how to have sex with some one of the same sex! The teens would call that being ‘cool’; cause their doing something new to their life.

Gone are the days when single schools were regarded the best for education environment, I think I would rather have my child in a mixed school than a single school for him/her to be introduced to homosexuality.

Talk about Human Rights people… which human right provides for abuse of your body. To me homosexuality is simply a desire that is sinful before God. Making it a LAW, will bring a curse to our Nation.

What surprises me is that those advocating foe it say my daughter/son can not be one of them! If they believe that they are born Gay, how come they claim their children can not be one of them.

Every woman has a moment in her life when she realizes that she is no longer a girl but a woman, and I believe men to have that moment. So how is it when you are female and you realize the man in you, or male and you feel the woman in you? If any one can help and explain to me, I would be glad.

I have heard people who claim that they were introduced to homosexuality, and those that say that they are born like that, some how I have not been able to believe those that say that they are ‘born-gay’. I have not seen such a behavior in other mammals (animals) so is it a special error only in human?

Anyway a lot has been said on TV, Radio and many forms of media, and a lot will continue to be said. But this is what I say. If your gay and you want to quite there is help and hope that homosexuality can be behind you.

June 22, 2009 at 10:29 AM 1 comment

My Father, the father of my son


Shamim’s Story

To come of us incense is simply a rumor or in a movie, it’s high time we accepted that it’s part of us no matter how bad it hurts.

Yesterday I watched a little girl (Shamim) tell her Untold Story. And honestly it’s a story one hardly tells, but there she was with her little boy telling the world that her father is the father of her son.

She was cursed out of the family, instead of the father… I don’t think the Shamim seduced her father. That is why I don’t understand some families.

What hurt me most is that she is Moslem; her father would have married another woman if he wanted to satisfy his sexual desire but he chose to have his own daughter who is even under age. They say men will always be men but I think that guy is simply male.

I was touched by the story of her life story and that is why am writing this to all of you, she needs our help to be able to take care of her baby and herself. She would like to study, or work, and leave her baby with someone as she studies or works. You can tell that her level of trust is so poor; she will need some counseling to be able to live in a society.

She can’t depend on charity for ever, but we can help her study and get a job that will sustain her and her baby as a single mother.

In case you would like to help this young mother please call, Untold Story on +256-77-2311763 and they will put you through to Shamim or the nurse that is taking care of her.

Thank you.
Always,
Akoola.

June 22, 2009 at 7:32 AM 2 comments


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Thank you.
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Akoola.
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My name is Beneth Musiime Akoola, simple and very Imaginative.

I don't like crowds. However when it gets to online, i just want to talk to every one.

Am shy with new faces but those who get to know me, they will tell you am very talkative.

This blog is just another part of me, that likes 'telling' others whatever is on my mind.

Well that is me.
I look forward to know you!

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