Written by: Lebitso Ramphore
Article source: Supplied
Press Release February 2021
Former Mrs South Africa finalist, Lebitso Ramphore is pleased to announce the release of the motivational book: Be Still, A Journey to Divine Fulfilment and Inner Peace, a memoir penned by herself.
The book is currently released in the market.
Ms Ramphore is modern, educated and ambitious woman well on the way to achieving her goals and enjoying life with her family. Everything appears wonderful in her life and yet, there is something that keeps her awake at night, niggling at her soul. Vivid dreams with spiritual messages and several frightening accidents pointed out that she was not listening to the messages God was sending. When she finally took the time to listen, that message was ‘Be Still’.
This is her journey. Lebitso hopes to encourage others to Be Still and to listen and be guided by their inner voice during difficult times. As a modern generation living in the current digital age, we are exposed to information overload. The book touches on various subjects that we all encounter in life, which includes the impact of social media.
She says the book is targeted at the modern generation or anyone looking for fulfilment beyond what can be accumulated monetarily.
Title: Be Still; A Journey to Divine Fulfilment and Inner Peace
Author: Lebitso Ramphore
Binding: Soft Cover
Size: 215 x 140 mm
Availability: Paperback from good book stores; e-book from Amazon and other good online retailers including the author’s website.
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