Life is like a body of water. The calm season comes and we are able to see our reflections.
When wind or a storm comes, we lose clarity and a sense of self.W then should we do and enjoy our existence in this dimension?
Here, I stand simply tells us to live. To jump with the tides, or saddle through them. To maintain calm and peace, or to share the joy with the people around us.
It is about being and finding satisfaction while at it, whatever life brings, wherever it leads, however it goes. That nothing is etched on stones, and all we have now, and for as long as we exist, is to just live.
Be you. They’ll adjust
This anthology is an amalgamation of contemporary and some universal well packaged in fictional narratives told by a group of Kenyan writers.
The herein are educative, entertaining, and thought- provoking, and intend to preserve the lived realities of this generation into posterity.
The compelling themes ranging from love, family, identity, and life pre- and post-pandemic among others are well thought out and are stories of young women and men grappling with ther of romantic relationships and unrequited love, sex and its outcomes , single parenthood , loss and grief, generational realities, work-life balance, religion, life choices, and the complexities of families among other riveting storylines.