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It Has Nothing to do with Life

by Khethani Njoko

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Category : Self Help

ISBN No :9781545714843

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It Has Nothing to Do with Life is a self-help book that seeks to answer many questions that people have about life. People are confused about life and no one seem interested in trying to answer these questions, because everyone is busy trying to make meaning of his or her own life. The Confusion people have about life has led to some committing suicide, which is against the purpose of the Universe. Some people are just existing but not really living; they are stuck with life because they are unaware of what is expected of them to live their lives to the fullest. This book provides a clear review of what life is and what is expected of us as individuals to live it to the fullest potential.

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Khethani Njoko

Khethani Njoko is an Author, Public Speaker, Life Coach and Social Entrepreneur. He is one person who dearly loves his family, three words Go getter, ambitious and passionate defines who is he. Khethani Njoko has participated in Eskom science expo as national judge for two consecutive years while he was also serving as the president of Umkhumbane project and president for University of kwaZulu Natal men's forum. Khethani Njoko is very passionate about social change and he is currently finishing his degree at University Of kwaZulu Natal majoring in African languages and Sociology.

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