Date:09 June 2022 - By: Kaizer Nengovhela
Mashudu Worship Mmbulaheni just launched his second inspirational book, called What kind of hatred is this? which he believes will shine a ray of hope for those who feel alone and discouraged by their situation in life. His first book, Ndivengo, was published in 2020.
The Shakadza-born author says his objective, while he wrote both these books, was to offer hope to the hopeless. “Many people are sad and unhappy, and hopefully my book can give them some new courage to press on, regardless of the challenges they are faced with. It is for both young and old, and definitely entertaining,” he said. “Young people must keep doing what they love to do most, again and again, until they get it right. Many people have found talents within themselves that they never even knew they had, and that was what encouraged me to also start putting my writing skills to use.”
Mmbulaheni says that, during the lockdown, he started to recall moments in his life where he had gone through really tough times but that, in spite of this, he refused to be controlled by the situation. “Instead, I became the driver of my own life. I started to figure out how our local celebrities have done it. It was not by overnight success, but through the decision to take control off their situation and work towards achieving their dreams and desires. In life, people come across different challenges indeed, which either make them strong or vulnerable. No matter how good or bad, we choose our own battles,” he said.
The book also suggests that people should take their talents seriously if they want to stand out and make a change in society. “This book is selling like hot cakes, as many people find it appealing to their everyday lives. Wealth starts in the mindset. Poverty is like the lockdown levels, and this book will help you to move from one level on to the next, towards wealth.” His ultimate goal for this book is to reach as many readers as possible.
People who are interested in Mmbulaheni’s book can phone him on Tel 081 878 3877 or 071 797 2559, or email him at email@example.com. He is also available on Facebook (Olugaho Mashudu Mmbulahen).