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“Why did you write the book?” I am often asked. When I see what the readership takes away for themselves, I am deeply touched and see, yes, that’s what I wrote the book for. Like here the insights Chrigu👇🏾
“Guide to Mutual Understanding, Resilience and Positive Thinking”
Is the headline.
“The book “Me, You, We & Diversity” contains a collection of personal adventures and experiences that the author made during integration in countries that were initially foreign to her.
Susan Omondi has good observational skills and manages to look at confrontations, misunderstandings or misjudgments from both perspectives.
She never falls into an accusatory tone, but manages to work something positive out of all the situations described.
Everyone has probably experienced similar scenes to the ones described – some in the “I” role, others in the “you” role and for many one could probably cite examples from one’s own experience for both roles.
But while some might get stuck with the statement that there can be interpersonal tension between nice and unfriendly people, the author always manages to do justice to both characters involved.
Following her thoughts has been a wonderful guide to mutual understanding, resilience and positive thinking for me.
I am happy to let the stories and the thoughts connected with them work on me a second time – in the form of an audio book – preferably read by the author himself.”
As Christian Steiner wrote in his post with a touching story 👇🏾👇🏾 – If I only reach 1 person through this, then it was worth it.
What is your guide to mutual understanding today, dear reader?