The Roots that gave Birth to Magical Blossoms is a journey through a complex world; feelings and psychology of human kind. I am not expecting you to agree with me, but hopefully you will look at each reflection I wrote as someone’s life which needs to be counted.
Many individuals have no voice or are forced to swallow theirs. Many factors contribute to these few oppressive situations which I have chosen to share with you. As many others, they basically ripped out my heart and soul. No matter if they were a consequence of miss-interpretation or lack of understanding of the intention of religion; unchallenged culture or custom or just a manifestation of an intended heartless and cruel misuse of power, they deeply affected people’s lives as much as mine.
I hope I can relate to you, knowing where I come from.
Thank you for taking the time to read my collection.
Amna Agib (Bit Nafisa)
Edith Cassel –
This is a book of the millennium. It defies embedded tradition, custom, religion, culture and psychological trauma to disclose to a liberated world how “the other half live”. Faith, hope and peace peeps through like a magic of acceptance.
Mwafag from Germany
It is amazing in the least. A great read. The stories are simple, realistic, expressive and relatable.
Sarah from Finland
I found it very special and personal. I enjoyed most, the stories of Nafisa, Malika and the one of Medina, Batool and Asia. All stories were interesting. Well done
Mariam from Sudan
Nicely written for someone who writes in English for the first time. You put your views in a nice way. Don’t stop. Carry on.
Y gindail –
Very interesting book with some strong ideas and concepts. If you’re looking for somwthing to get you thinking this is the book for you