There is Beauty in the Madness – Khaya Ndzingani
127 x 203, 45p.
Here are passages revealed by the universe and drawn from people’s experiences. They are interpreted using eternal knowledge inspired from African spirituality, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Taoism, and Stoicism. Exploring the seduction of modernity and different states of perspective. They illustrate that there is beauty in the madness while living in a modern and frantic world. This short, crisp and readable book enquires into the mental health, wellbeing and self-realignment of humanity.
Scarcely are we given knowledge that is eternally understood, intuitive and arises from the divine and the inner self. It is for this reason that There is Beauty in the Madness addresses the human condition of suffering by nourishing the soul. Drawing from and meditating on eternal knowledge, it reveals that there is beauty in the madness.