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I am anitha, one of Jesus followers I like serving GOD and people. and my heart is always touched by the needs of kids.especially those that are orphans,and poor.My joy is to watch a child having a hopeful life and a promising future.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

EMBRACING THE STRUGGLE OF POSSIBILITIES.

The world around me does not make me what I am, it reveals who I am”

Finding the road to a dream
So I hit the ground running – AU What’s Up? Feeling forever young, expecting the best but prepared for the rest. So far so good. I think DC likes me; I just need to return her calling. I had my mind framed on the three things that had brought me this far, stay positive, stay sharp and trust the process. The goal was not to change myself to fit the standard but to find the group in which I was the standard.
The best part about every journey is not the prize but the experience, especially with the people we meet. It’s the search for the like-minded others. It’s fascinating. It hails from an instinctive feeling. A feeling we are aware of, it’s a voice of our genes, a voice of our past, a voice to belong. So I have met a lot of people so far and fortunately most of them have been great. It takes such people to help you understand that the most defining moments in life are the ones you least expect, like this one:

If greatness is what you seek, prepare to be the target of a great enemy
So, a few weeks ago, I met a few people through a mutual friend. We decided to grab a cup of coffee and get to know each other, all expecting to have a nice little chat and then go on with our days. But that’s not what happened. We talked and talked and talked.
Somewhere in the conversation, I passionately went on about my dream of challenging the world to break the establishment of mediocrity, by proving that anyone can be a great artist and a great artist can come from anywhere.
On hearing that, one of my new friends aggressively asserted, “Why? What’s the point in being great?”
At that point, what started out as a nice chat quickly made a 180 degree turn. There was something about that “WHY?” that rocked my very core. I had a million answers on the point of pursuing a dream of that magnitude, and flared into an all-out, in-your-face, heated debate on the practicality of my dream. My friend thought the idea was unrealistic and na├»ve, and therefore ultimately a useless pursuit. For me that was the beauty of it – that’s what made it so thrilling.
After hours of intense debating, we both realised the debate was going nowhere, we agreed to disagree and walked away unsatisfied.

The greatest enemy will hide in the last place you will ever look
A few hours later, I found myself still bothered by the debate. Intellectually I knew I was right, but that didn’t change the fact that my energy was in the wrong place. I thought to myself, “Negative energy is contagious, did I catch it?”
After a while of contemplation, I felt strongly that I had arrived at the answer that was hard to swallow. I had found my greatest enemy hiding in a seed of doubt within me. I was my greatest enemy at the time. When I was asked “WHY,” I questioned my own ability to realize my dream. The challenge was, what do I do?
Embrace being the target
“We must be arched and buttressed from within, else our temple will crumble to dust.” -Marcus Aurelius
This experience provided valuable life lessons. I strongly believe that everything happens for a reason that helps us to get better. It all came down to remembering why I do what I do. It came down to remembering what I stand for. Just as steel is hardened in fire, if we can remain true to our values while others around us are full of disbelief and condemnation, we’ll grow faster and stronger.  In life we will always disagree with each other but we can choose to find strength in our differences and use it to help us understand the world better, because at the end of the day, life is not a ME game, it’s a WE game. I am because we are. I cannot be all I can be unless you are all that you can be. One of the greatest inventors and philosophers of our time, Buckminster Fuller, said, “The purpose of our lives is to add value to the people of this generation and those that follow.”
And most importantly, we must be aware that in life our greatest enemy will often be ourselves, but by overcoming our fears and insecurities we will find pride of understanding how much power we have over our reality. Nothing has meaning except for the meaning we give it.

Greatness is in the proximity of our bonds
As I sit down to write this, I can say I feel really good. I feel energized and ecstatic for the weeks ahead. I want to share my inspiration with the world and I accept the challenges that come with it. I know they can only make me better because am prepared to learn and my mind is ready to accept the mental toughness every situation demands. The dynamics of influence are simple, you either react to the world or the world reacts to you.
Today, the answer has never been clearer because I know why am doing it, ask me WHY again and the answer is simple; because I do it for you. I do it for me. I do if for us. I will represent the idea of possibilities because I believe there is a heart of a champion in all of us.
That’s it am outta here. Thank you for your time, it’s always a pleasure. I’ll talk to you again soon.
ANITHA.

Monday, March 14, 2011

OUR YOUNGEST KID..ONLY 2YEARS

LIGHT HOUSE HOME.

Our home is called the LIGHT HOUSE HOME.
As the bible says, that we should be the light of the world, We choose to make our children be the light to others. through transiforming their character and introducing them to discipleship and biblical teachings.our hope and desire is to see these children grow both spritually and accademically.

We called this home light house so that the name should always remind us that we must be the light. through blessing others with the little that we are entrusted with.such as: Loving one another
                                                                                               The spirit of togetherness
                                                                                               Care and confort for one another
                                                                                               Respect and responsibility
                                                                                               Sisterhood and brotherhood in the love of our GOD. we welcome each and every person that would like to take part in lifting these children's future and continue working with us to give them what they deserve. The door is always open in light house home.
                EACH 1 SAVE 1

MATHEW5;14
                                                                                    You are the light of the world.A city on the hill can not be hidden, neither do peaple light their lamp and put it undr a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand and it gives light to evry one in the house.In the same way let your light shine before men, that they may see your good deeds and praise your farther in heaven.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

WHAT IS MY PASSION

I have deep joy in my heart. I'm full of passion for kids. Jesus said in the book of mathew 18:1 that whoever welcomes a little child welcomes me; and whoever welcomes me welcomes the father in heaven.
I always think what if no one is there for them, my question is; who is responsible for them? I mean those children that are homeless, abandoned, and orphaned in all aspects of life.

              I am called Kobusingye Anitha. I am a Rwandan by nationality. I lost my mother during child birth and I lost my dad when I was just 2years of age. I grew up living a life where I had to stand up and raise myself since there was no one to do it for me. BEING AN ORPHAN IS NOT A JOKE!! I THEREFORE UNDERSTAND THEIR NEEDS.

In 2009, I started a ministry back home in RWANDA. I used to go all over the streets of Kigali to spend my time with the street kids. I took food, clothings,and drinks to them whenever I could. Whenever I would be with them I would try to ask them about their backgrounds. But what hurt me most was that I share the same historical background with most of them.

I was moved and determined within myself that out of the 1000 kids that are on the streets, maybe I can save one or two.
                          In 2010, I officially opened a home for 12 kids, the youngest is just 2 and the oldest is  13. My target is not the quantity, but the quality. So far, God has enabled me to provide these kids with some of the basic things they need  in life, such as:
          1: FOOD        
          2: SHELTER
          3: EDUCATION
          4: MEDICAL INSURANCE                      
  
But most of all these kids need LOVE. Every child has a right to be loved and cared for. I am happy that I am able to send  the love I have never been given back for the better and for the a glory of GOD.

                                    PLEASE; SAVE ONE