Sunday, December 12, 2010

In Norway

I have been back in Norway for 9 days now, and its been surprisingly.. Not as I expected. When I first landed on the airport I got bitten by the freezing cold weather. Snow, ice and beautiful mountains. Than I went to a gas station to get my self an ice-tea (Yep, you heard right) and was shocked to feel the stressing atmosphere. Blond girls frying burgers in fast speed, and customers complaining that the queue were to long... there were three customers.
I came home and was overwhelmed, we actually have a nice home. Seriously, this house is marvellous, I just hadn`t thought about it before...
I hid myself inside the house for 7 days trying to get to used to everything. The amazing quietness, no donkeys, no gekkos, no mosqitos and no moske calling out in the night. It is so extremely different. I went from one world to the other without understanding that it was to different worlds.. And I guess that gave me some kind of a cultureshock.

Even to see leftover crumbs on the plate after dinner felt bad.. Why didn`t my brother eat this precious food?

My time in Kenya was perfect. I was challenged in so many ways, all by myself without having anyone to lean on... Except God; and I guess that was what made it so perfect. I felt "useful", it actually made a difference in people the things I did. The work I were put into.

I have found a new joy in this life, and I just want to tell you;
There is so much hope to all the misery you see around you.

I am home now, doing a fundraising, because I need to go back with a report on the research I have been doing. Encourage people and show them how much we can do to actually CHANGE, TRANSFORM and uplift that town.
I left my heart in Kenya, and need to go back to get it.

If you would like to know more about my work, please send me an email.

This is a hint of what you can get in your mail.

"It was sad to see the bigger picture as I dug deeper into the work. It seems to me like they don’t really have any vision, and that their words and action don’t go together. They focus a lot on power and wealth before equipping. There is division and distrust.
... are in general “enemies”. They are avoiding each other, looking down on each other and talk bad about each other.

But I do see hope. People are changing, .. are trying to work together and help each other. People are being educated and are striving to see changes and to have mutual respect. And glory to God because changes are coming. A month before I came to Garissa there also came a man from America who told the... the same vision as I had had. A man from another African country has also arrived in Garissa because God told him changes are coming to its city. ... X who has been in Garissa for MANY years are saying something is happening. That something is changing really fast. I believe it is time... "

Wednesday, November 24, 2010


I have found a treasure. A treasure few know exist. Its a recipe, you can also call it a recipebook. I found the way of life. Treasure of life.

I am not talking about becoming famous and rich like Donald Trump or Britney Spears, but the recipe on how to have an everlasting, ever ending happiness.
To fill the heart with so much compassion the it overflows with happiness and joy. Compassion.
To live is so much more than just to look good, dress good and exercise enough. It is so much more than having a good job that gives you heaps of money, so you can by better, nicer things. To live is more than just to be alive.
Do you live?

Do you live?

A computer is dead without electricity. A storybook without words are no story.Food without taste is tasteless. A soccer match without a ball, a dance without movements....
Human beings are Body, Soul and Spirit. Where do you live from?

Do you live?

From the inside out, I will sing from the inside out!