Wake Up and Smell the Jebena

  Do you remember when I told you about Rosemary’s Parisian Cat? I thought I would share with you the faith story that I used to tell when I took part in 3FF’s school programme. This is a good point in the year to reflect on my story. On my beginnings in the UK over […]

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Struggles of a Volunteer Teacher

I was passing by her classroom and heard her telling the students off. Like really telling them off for not revising, for not doing their homework. Telling them off for not appreciating the value of their religion and faith. For not having that pride that would make one strive and put in the effort. I […]

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A Parisian Cat

I made it to the school just in time. The session’s facilitator and the second speaker were already in the classroom waiting for the students to be brought in by their teacher. The second speaker was Rosemary; dressed in trousers and shirt in shades of red. She’s probably in her late sixties with features that […]

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Words Unknown

Salaams!

I am building a glossary to explain terms that some of you may be unfamiliar with. If you can’t find a word here, please let me know in the comments section.

Note that I spell the word by way of transliterating it. So, try and read the word out loud and you may find that you’ve come across it before, it just looks different.

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