July 25, 2012
Thatâ€™s all I can think about when it comes to Moses. Now the word sweet can mean many things. I donâ€™t mean sweet like, â€˜Dude thatâ€™s so sweet!â€™ (as in totally awesome) or sweet like the taste that comes after the sourness of a Sour Patch Kid. I mean sweet as in kind and caring.
Moses radiates these qualities with his quiet voice, though his words are strong and meaningful. The now 17-year-old is in senior 2 at St. Johnâ€™s Secondary School. His interests range from sports to technology, but he makes it clear that his first focus and desire is to do well in school.
He enjoys revising his books and playing soccer for physical exercise. Moses is not only found out on the soccer field, but can be found behind a computer playing a number of different games.
Juggling school, sports and the computer, sounds just about right for a 17-year-old. The former Building Tomorrow student leaves us with a personal message â€œI want to say hello to the Building Tomorrow supporters from all part(s) of America and Uganda.â€
Come on say it with me, I know you are all thinking it, â€˜Awwwww!â€™
Itâ€™s these words from Moses that show his sweetness. They arenâ€™t loud in volume, but they are loud in sincerity. Sweet kid, right?