“Camouflage” by Selassie Mensah, averagely, is a good book—good in a way that gets you to read on, no matter how much you might want to put it away. It has an awesome cover too so that is a plus.
If you ask me to use a word to describe the book, I’d say “Life.”
Yes, the book is life and has life. It embodies everything that is life. It is amazing how through carefully arranged strings of words, you get to be alive and experience the significance of life.
The treasures concealed in the trenches of this book aren’t one to be overlooked.
There will be no time to put the book down. It plunges you into depths of despondency just to find inspiration and courage in the most unanticipated places. You become a bearer of the Aya symbol. Just as its title connotes, you become a symbol of endurance and resourcefulness.
Just finished reading “October Rush” from the book, “Tales From Different Tails” by Nana Awere Damoah and I must say, it is a very intriguing read!
Everyone should be able to be who they want to be, speak their mind and pursue their purpose in life. Yet many women from all over the world are still denied this freedom and we stand with them.
We stand to inspire them to tell their story. To admire their strength. To make sure that they are not alone in this. To show the world that we seek to change. To strive for equality.
International Women’s Day 2018 gives us the perfect opportunity to stand together through the power of storytelling.
Designed either as an individual attitude or as an embedded trait, hope bears the persona, demeanour, well-being, and attitude of a person towards the future in profound ways.
Why is hope important to human life — particularly Africa for the purposes of this appreciation?