Philanthropist and entrepreneur Carol Motolo has published her third book, ‘Katleho e Leetong’ aimed at enabling and assisting people to discover their true self while also bridging the gap between traditional and western spirituality.
The book was published in August 2021 and was officially launched and hit the shelves on September 1 2021.
The passionate entrepreneur told Newsday Arts that the book is about learning to find God’s purpose, going through a journey of spiritual awakening and beginning to understand one’s true self.
“By reading this book you will learn about finding God’s purpose for your life, you will go through the journey of spiritual awakening. You will see the bigger picture and see how all the pieces fit together but just need spiritual alignment.
“Having this kind of knowledge at your disposal will reduce your stress, simplify your decisions, increase your satisfaction and most importantly prepare you for life’s journey,” Motolo said.
Motolo mentioned that the book was largely inspired by her spiritual awakening, her calling and clients she meets each and every day through consultations.
“Katleho e Leetong is the result of my journey of the soul and will inspire others to embark on their own journey of discovery. In the book I speak of spirit and friendship, urging readers to stay vital and in love with this life, no matter the hardships,” she said.
The book offers insight on pain, wonder and love. Each entry is accompanied by tools that will surprise and delight. It also assists with the knowledge of the ancestral background. There is also the exploration of the healing power of regression sessions.
With this being her third offering after Living in Faith of 2017 and the Survivor’s Tales in 2019, she has focused more on relating with the ancestors and connecting with them.
She says she draws her inspiration from all the spiritual readings she gives.
“Every day, we meet different types of people, with different types of problems that need solutions. So I have to learn, teach and unlearn things along the way, which now give one the drive to want to do better and assist those that have not found their home spiritually,” she said.
She said throughout the journey of writing the book and the past two, the reception she has been receiving was an impeccable one.
“It was literally out of this world, the support has left me speechless. Our first print sold out on the first day of publication. If that is not God, I don’t know what it is, overall I am grateful that people have been so supportive and welcoming of my books,” Motolo said.
Motolo is founder of the Carol Motolo foundation, a non-profit and faith-based community development organization that aims to create a safe environment where rape, injustice and other societal ills against women will be a thing of the past.