Since the killing of George Floyd, I have been deeply concerned with inequality which manifests in form of racism perpetuated by police brutality. I followed the US anti-racism protests and even watched George Floyd’s final burial service where Reverend Al Sharpton gave a veiled attack on President Trump calling him Wickedness in High Places (EphesiansContinue reading “THE BATTLE OF OUR GENERATION: WICKEDNESS IN HIGH PLACES”

Is Data the new oil?

Sometimes back Wired published an article asking if data the new oil. Within this century that is the 21st Century, data is certain to replace oil just like oil replaced coal in the 19th century. Data is immensely valuable, but it is an untapped asset which has not yet been fully exploited.  Those who willContinue reading “Is Data the new oil?”

Book Review: Courageous Parenting by Jack and Debb Graham

I took long to finish this book compared with other books mostly because I read it during a busy work season and I had a lot of work to do. I had to read it to the last page because it was quite informative and I felt that I needed information about parenting. As aContinue reading “Book Review: Courageous Parenting by Jack and Debb Graham”

Evaluation of ethics theories using the six trolley problems

 Introduction Deontological ethics hold a rigid perception of what is good and indicates that small evil acts do not become good even when they are intended to attain a large good goal. In the deontological tenets good is good and bad is bad despite its intentions or consequences.  On the other hand, from a teleologicalContinue reading “Evaluation of ethics theories using the six trolley problems”

To thine own self be true

Polonius: This above all: to thine own self be true, And it must follow, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man. Farewell, my blessing season this in thee! Laertes: Most humbly do I take my leave, my lord. Hamlet Act 1, scene 3, 78–82   This is anContinue reading “To thine own self be true”