This book is a collection of short stories with an African vibe, especially a Mosotho twist. It’s a gathering of thoughts over tarnished perceptions of reality culminating into a hope for a simple life.
As you may have observed, grim depictions of immigrants in the news have moved me, and I am sure others, to come to a moment of reflection about what it means to be human and have inherent power to self-acknowledgment. It has meant contrasting the forces of vanity in immigration politics against an immigrant’s meaningful creation of art and investment of resources!
So, spoil yourself to a relaxed reading of stories written by an immigrant in The Grip (Litlena)!
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Welcome to my blog!
It is an honor to share this space with everyone. I started this blog in 2011 when my father was still alive. At the time, I was so overwhelmed with immigration challenges and illusions about faith and God that I had even started to doubt my own existence. In retrospect, all of that time transformed my vision. Now, I see that no one can destroy my soul. That is why years later, in 2018, I appear hear to speak against the same ills I faced then towards immigrant injustice.
We all belong where we are!