I am sharing my childhood experiences. Being brought up from a background that was well off, growing in
abundance and experienced adverse poverty because of our parents’ divorce. I grew anger in the process as we first
stayed with our father who was in business There was a lot of hostility and we were told that everything that
was owned by my father (could he die) don’t belong to us but our cousin who joined forces with my father to ill-treat us.
My father literally wanted to kill us and I was the most wanted. At nights we could not sleep peacefully as he carried raids.
We ultimately joined our mother and struggled to survive while she had no place to stay. This is a story of how the
Lord saved me and granted me education as our father refused to send us to school. It gives hope especially to the youth who
lose hope when the parents divorce and some turn to drug abuse. No one can destroy you even your own parents when you trust in the Lord.
The book also highlights the South African stories as I compare life before the democratic dispensation and the present.
It contains a variety of essays as I also written about migration, corruption in the government and life generally in our country.