A review: Who will cry when you die?

Author: Robin SharmaCover rating:3/50verall rating 4.6/5Themes: self-discovery, fear, hope, happiness, independence, stress management, family, gratitude, self-love SummaryWho will cry when you die encourages a reader to live his or her best life while they can. This life is full of uncertainties and it is only wiser to do whatever makes you happy now. Although weContinue reading “A review: Who will cry when you die?”

Wisdom or riches?

Title: The monk who sold his FerrariAuthor: Robin SharmaOverall rating: 4/5 The monk who sold his Ferrari is a fable about Julian Mantle who chose to find meaning and purpose in his life. After having a heart attack, Julian chose wisdom rather than riches represented by a Ferrari. In this fable, the reader embarks onContinue reading “Wisdom or riches?”

Wisdom or riches?

Title: The monk who sold his FerrariAuthor: Robin SharmaOverall rating: 4/5 The monk who sold his Ferrari is a fable about Julian Mantle who chose to find meaning and purpose in his life. After having a heart attack, Julian chose wisdom rather than riches represented by a Ferrari. In this fable, the reader embarks onContinue reading “Wisdom or riches?”

The big 25

Today is my 25th birthday and my loving mother wrote this article 💃💃💃 Being Takudzwanashe’s mother is an amazing adventure, a real roller coaster ride! Even before I confirmed that I was pregnant with Takudzwanashe, I had started to eat French fries at any and all times! I just loved French Fries, hot or cold,Continue reading “The big 25”

My happiest memory

When she let out her first cry I was relieved.The wait was finally over.Her fingers were so small.She struggled to open her eyes and she had a father’s eyesNot forgetting my ears ‘hombe dzakatiza musoro‘. As I watched her, tears wet my cheeks.When I held her for the first time I was happy.She was myContinue reading “My happiest memory”

Heartache

For six months she left work early to prepare supper for her husband. When she arrived late at the Women’s group she always included her husband in her apologies. “Baba and I will be travelling to the village over the weekend, but I can make my payment before we leave”. Stella’s life was a lieContinue reading “Heartache”

Should we hold on or let go?

I do have a name and an identity.Why do you treat me like a stranger?Do you still remember the words, “I do?”I promised to take this walk with you.If you want to cycle, sail and swim to your destination I will do it with you. Why do you act like you are forced to comeContinue reading “Should we hold on or let go?”

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