Grow Your Spiritual Intelligence by Guru Das

Genre: Inspirational, Non fiction Rating: 2.5/5 I picked this book with a lot of hope that it would offer some insights into how one can grow in spiritual intelligence. I was disappointed, what started off well was really hard to finish later. I read it till the last page since I had a resolution notContinue reading “Grow Your Spiritual Intelligence by Guru Das”


The Cries of the Butterfly by Rajeev Roy

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Romance, Realistic Fiction Rating:5/5 I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. My views are not influenced or have any bias for the writer or publisher. I don’t know where to begin with to review this masterpiece. In the beginning I was skeptical about the story sinceContinue reading “The Cries of the Butterfly by Rajeev Roy”

The Broken Vows:Jane Kiarie

I have been searching for some quick reads online and came across this book on one such search. The title and the blurb caught my immediate attention. A short read of 51 pages, this book can turn into a much bigger novella. The book touches upon raw human emotions without any cover-up. The emotions areContinue reading “The Broken Vows:Jane Kiarie”

Mrs. Doubtfire: Anne Fine

“There are all sorts of different families, Katie. Some families have one mommy, some families have one daddy, or two families. And some children live with their uncle or aunt. Some live with their grandparents, and some children live with foster parents. And some live in separate homes, in separate neighborhoods, in different areas ofContinue reading “Mrs. Doubtfire: Anne Fine”

‘We had no other choice’ – rape culture & sexual exploitation of girls — Conversation Zimbabwe

Original post: ‘We had no other choice’ – rape culture & sexual exploitation of girls On 6th September, StarFM’s show Pane Nyaya hosted two children who spoke about being forced into prostitution in Harare. One was 9, the other 13. The interview, painful to listen to, sat with me for hours on end. The 9Continue reading “‘We had no other choice’ – rape culture & sexual exploitation of girls — Conversation Zimbabwe”


The book open with a line ” Forgiveness is the fragrance the violet sheds on the heel that has crushed it” by Mark Twain.   This line sets the tone of the book. It talks about the healing effect of forgiveness and how the scars one experiences in one’s childhood can leave a lasting impressionContinue reading “MY GREATEST TEACHER:DR. WAYNE W. DYER”