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Sheikha Mona’s Daughter
by Marinda J. Hochadel
Sheikha Mona’s Daughter is the personal travel log of author Marinda J. Hochadel’s many world travels and her experience with people. This book stresses three points, which intersect with each other and are of great interest and importance to her. Her first point is the unnecessity of wars and conflicts. The hypocrisy of the world leaders creates anger, hatred, and intolerance among their respective citizens and political groups.
The second point is that human-trafficking, child slave labor, and child sex should be abolished, as they are a disgrace to humanity. Rich nations have the responsibility to see that human rights and social systems are enforced. Marinda believes ensuring all women and children in the world are educated will decrease poverty and stabilize nations. We all should join our hands against corruption that leads to the abuse of the poor.
Last, but not least, we should respect the religions and cultures of our co-citizens and tolerate other nationalities.
Marinda encourages her readers to think positively and respectfully about those whom we meet during our lives. She wishes that her feelings and thoughts are read all over the world.
About the Author:
Marinda J. Hochadel was born in Mombasa, Kenya. After high school, she gained a BA and later went to Cornell University for Hotel Management.
Marinda has traveled widely. She has been blessed to have the opportunity to meet many people. She has lived in different countries and has a deep understanding of and respect for other religions.
Marinda has one son who lives in America with his wife and two beautiful children. She loves to walk in the woods, play golf, and practice yoga.
(2016, Paperback, 450 pages)