It’s Knysna Keep’s one year anniversary. The Knysna Tourism AGM is also here this week. Will Tourism members continue to allow it’s CEO and Board from hiding information from the public? Will Tourism ever embrace the whole of Knysna?
It’s been a turbulent year for politics and economics. This past week, another 2 coffee shops closed. I heard that an engineering firm slipped under too. This is our lives.
Personally, it’s been a tough year mostly about survival. Keeping everything running with zero budget is a constant battle. How to keep spreading the truth? How to motivate people to think and stand up for themselves? The latter has been the biggest challenge. Some people approach me to fight their battles but are too weak to even post a comment on the website. You cannot help anyone who will not help them self. That’s a mantra that’s been running circles in my brain lately. Consequently, i intend spending less time on Knysna Keep and rather more time promoting Knysna through Love Knysna! I have great belief in truthful words, a respect for them when faced with adversity, but i also want to be hands on with projects this coming year.
Many troubles that we’ve discussed are still current so, regards Knysna Keep, i’ll be rewriting some of those for a broader, national market, hopefully gaining bigger media coverage. I’m also introducing the hottest topics via mp3 and CD for free download. Please download them, give them a good listen, and share! Continue reading