Amiina means let it be, I was born in Uganda but currently in United Kingdom. My studies I only completed primary education, it took along time for me to forgive my father for not giving education. I remember my mother looking helpless, she wanted to support me but she couldn’t, because she was not able to afford it. I remember one time hatred crept into my heart and I felt like I hated my father I tried had to tell my self that I loved him but it was hard. Back in Uganda I remember asking my self, how long will I continue to blame my father for what he did not do? My consolation was, at least he gave birth to me, he could have chosen not to, but still I didn’t forgive him. Then One day after a long time in this country, I sat down and I spoke to my self these words, Daddy every thing you have ever done to me I have forgiven you., it’s like he was sitting beside me. I felt so good and I was not heavy any more, I felt my windows were opened and God could now hear me! No doubt there is a blessing attached to a father. After settling that matter I went to God and asked Him to be my teacher, one night I had a dream where I was reading , and on the table, there was a lamp and Isaw a finger running through pages.
God is the best teacher.