After graduating from high school in 1997, I secured a job with Kenya Commercial Bank in my hometown. I was very young and to the eyes of most clients that were coming to the bank, there was a bright future. My work mates were so kind to me.
There was a strong team support. I enjoyed every minute with them. During this time I had a feeling that I belonged at the bank. On the other end, I saw myself being a missionary priest in far lands.
When I finally made up my mind to go, it was not easy parting ways with this nice friendly people that have been like a second family to me to the unknown vocation. Leaving my own family was equally difficult. I had to let go of my work, the people
I know and love to the mission that I was not sure of, meeting and working with the people that are different from me. I knew that life will never be the same again. I had to let go and bloom where I am planted by being present. The same principal has been driving me. It may be a struggle at times but I have to bloom.
Everybody loves flowers!!