Abednego-Kgagodi's book offers guidance on difficult life situations

Cynthia Kgagodi(center) with her friends at the launch of her Dance Book PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Cynthia Kgagodi(center) with her friends at the launch of her Dance Book PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

In life people go through a lot of trials and tribulations and think they are the only ones facing hard times until they hear other people's stories and realise that yet others are going through the worst. This is how a lot of people expressed themselves at the Dance: Tests, Tears & Triumph book launch in Gaborone on Friday.

The event attracted a number of revellers most of whom were from the Christian community and the author, Cynthia Abednego-Kgagodi's church members including the pastors and their wives. Addressing the gathering, the author said she decided to share her story to inspire people who may be going through some challenges in life not to give up.

She said a few years back, she and her family were going through the worst time in their lives because her second born son fell very ill. She added that despite all that, her faith in God became very strong. She did not give up but danced through all those tears and praised God. Being a wife, a mother and an employee, she kept on pushing and believed that by the grace of God her son would be healed. She encouraged revellers not to despair when going through difficult times but find their purpose and reclaim their identity. She also encouraged them to find a rhythm in the storm and dance through challenges

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