“How Much Money is there in the World?” A few days ago, as I was brainstorming with some friends on the so called “Global Financial Crisis”, someone came out wondering as to how much actual money is there in the world? Not an easy question by any standards!
Thieving is almost as old as humanity. From the time a man learnt how to acquire loin cloth, he discovered he risked losing it to a dishonest man. The woman discovered that if she was not alert to her acquired skin being around her body, a deceitful woman would not hesitate to transfer its possession. A universal problem, then. And Rwanda was not excepted.
The liturgy of the fifth Sunday is based on the following readings: Job 7:1-4, 6-7; Psalm 147; 1Corinthians 9:16-19, 22-23; Mark 1:29-39. The main theme of the readings is on man’s suffering. These readings teach us a lesson common to our daily experience; that suffering is part of life.
Two weeks ago, discussing about business with my brother, he mentioned something about culture in business. This topic came about when a newly graduated cousin was attending a job interview to go and work in a foreign country and he decided to ask us a few questions that might be of importance, if at all he gets the opportunity to work for this company which was going to branch out in a foreign country.
Just as the name suggests, cross-body bags are meant to be worn across the body. They are usually smaller in size with a zip-top or flap closure and extra long shoulder straps.