The Letter by Kathryn Hughes

How many times have we accepted flowers, roses, words in lieu of a proper apology? Being served a meal or a clean house in place of asking for an explanation on what the “other” did wrong to us? “He sank to his knees at Tina’s side and laid his head in her lap. ‘I can’t believe you would think that of me. I wouldn’t dream of hitting a pregnant woman.

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Ignited by Education

Sophia, daughter of an indebted livestock trader has by sheer luck completed her university education. She now has a detailed life plan, build her career and uplift her family out of poverty. That plan excludes…

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