My personality assessment by some analyses says that I am a Melancholic Choleric – which apparently signifies a deeply soul searching personality who likes to maintain high moral standards, likes everything in its place and must dot the t’s and cross the i’s… sorry…that should be cross the t’s and dot the i’s… everything right and in its place thank you very much.
Because I do so much soul searching I find many answers as well, and so like to share them so that others can share the fruits of my soul searching.
Yet, I do enjoy my technology and lived it to the full in the Serengeti. I thought I only liked animals and always dreamed of my childhood when I could play in the grass, listen to the birds, and just bond with nature. Then I found a job that was bang in the middle of nature and still allowed me to enjoy technology to the hilt… very nice!
So, I spent my days running up and down, working hard at keeping information systems up and running, and then … in the evenings.. in the still of the night.. for an hour or so, I engulfed myself in writing stories about the Garden and the lessons I had learned, and created more and more beautiful ways in which I could share this beautiful Garden with you.
Now, working at the foot of Mt Kilimanjaro, another great example of God’s magnificent creation, I dedicate more time to serving God through more than Information Technology. Working as an ICT consultant, I also serve God through providing life transformation training; and through a website, to link people willing to share their experience of life and help others find a better path through life.
“How did all this happen?” You might ask. God. I just absolutely love God and live to do His will the best way I can. So as I walk with Him in the Garden, I continue to grow, and as I strive for personal excellence in Him I find I also enjoy writing.
I hope you enjoy this blog as I continue to grow and take you with me on my peaceful, exhilarating and sometimes downright frightening, yet wonderful growing walk in the garden.
Come … walk with me in the Garden…