“Who’s to Blame?” is an autobiography focusing on the Molefi’s life, his misfortunes, his quest to seek and make sense of those misfortunes, and who caused them: God, Satan, or himself?
Walkerville, South Africa (PRWEB) January 23, 2013
Kali Molefi’s new book, “Who’s to Blame?” (published by Trafford Publishing), focuses on challenging and encouraging readers to account for their own faults, and as he explains, “understanding that Satan’s tactics and God’s permissible will in relation to whatever sufferings they may be going through in their lives.”
“I got sick suddenly and was hospitalized for three days, with headaches, dizziness and pain in the neck,” Molefi explains. “Tests were done, blood scans, etc., and nothing could be found. It is here where I was inspired to write this book as I realized that life is short and I have no control over it."
“Who’s to Blame?” is an autobiography focusing on the Molefi’s life, his misfortunes, his quest to seek and make sense of those misfortunes, and who caused them: God, Satan, or himself? Molefi shares his resolutions he discovered after taking responsibility for his faults, understanding Satan’s role and God’s permissible will in all that happened.
“What makes this book different from others like it is that instead of blaming Satan or God for our suffering, man is encouraged to account for his faults and then understand what role Satan could have played in their suffering and what God could have permitted in that suffering.”
About the Author
Kali Molefi is a co-owner of Thaka Manufacturing, Haeno Wellness Center, and Molefi & Kubheka Transportation. He studied human resources management majoring in industrial relations, organization behavior, business economics, training and development, and statistics at Wits Technikon. He also studied herbalism, blood analysis and iridology.
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