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Special Report: Show love to your enemies

If your enemies are hungry, give them food to eat- Proverbs 25:21 Proverbs: Ignore those who resent you. Avoid those who begrudge you. Excuse those who envy you. Pity those who hate you.
Banana plants thriving at Kelma Farm and Orchard. They're irrigated using solar powered water system

I pity and smile at my enemies because they have done the greatest harm to their souls. Those who hate me have to pay the price of frowning every time they see me.

You can still smile and greet your enemies. To my enemies I appear like a madman, to my admirers like a sage and to those who do not know me, I simply appear like a stranger in front of their senses. 
A bunch of banana fruits at Kelma Farm and Orchard. We have enough for our clients.

My enemies pretend to hate me in public but I know they are secretly longing to be in my place and to whisper in private how much they've admired my works. “I don't see any enemies in front of my senses. Because I consider them to be my future friends; whenever they let go of their selfish love and go beyond their mere opinions”-Mwanandeke Kindembo. 

You need your friends to love and support you but you need an enemy to make you accept challenges you otherwise wouldn't, to bring out hidden potentials you didn't even know you had, to force yourself on a path you otherwise wouldn't go. Enemies bring out the best in you. So, if you have enemies, rejoice! You have a fair chance of being more fantastic than you already are.
 Maize growing at Kelma Farm and Orchard. We have maize at four different stages of growth.

Even though we know our enemies, but still welcome them with open hands. Admittedly, the enemies often come from within. The greatest teacher is often meant with too much competition and opposition from their own outstanding students. 

My enemies gather and work together against me and still lose even in their multitude. I could react or respond to your maliciousness against me but I'm busy with stocktaking, counting my blessings one by one.
Maize growing at Kelma Farm and Orchard. We plant maize throughout the year via irrigation, this makes us better placed to have bumper harvest for both green and dry maize throughout the year

Nuggets by the KELMA FARM AND ORCHARD CEO Kelvin Mbiti

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