The message this book is carrying is – who told you that you will die who told you that you are nothing, you are finished. Who told you that your dreams have been shuttered. Who told you that you will not amount to anything, you are effortless, because you had been diagnosed of HIV, who told you, that you will be neglected, who told you that there is no hope for you.
If I could put the pen into paper after 10 years, I believe that “can you”
Are you out there thinking that it is the end of the world for you, thinking that you will not make it, thinking there is no future for you? I want to assure you that it is not true. The only person that feels the pinch of a shoe is the one wearing it.
This is a true story about my ten year journey with HIV. Having been diagnosed with this disease ten years ago is worth writing a book. The ups and downs as well as a testimony I have been to those that know me. I call it a journey, for there are mountains on the way and you have to climb a step each and every day. I believe this book will bring life and feed physically and spiritually those that are infected and affected by HIV.