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"Some feet are not meant for shoes" is a story from the heart, it is intricate and it is powerful, it is mundane and it is spiritual, it is sexy and it is ethereal, black and white and eventually, the colours are no longer, they just blend in blazing light.
It tells of people's journey through life and is about the meeting of souls. Besides being enthralled and moved by Norah's untiring quest for her Graal, this book focused my attention to the blackness, to the past suffering colored people endured and still do in some countries. More broadly, it reminded me that the psychological inheritance of a nation's or of a group of people's past deeds affects future generations, how the wound… Read more