The Well of Life: Finding the Extraordinary in an Ordinary Person
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Let’s walk with Photini, as she defies her stigma and painful past to embark on a journey of self-discovery, hope and healing. In The Well of Life, Photini becomes a symbol through whom the author speaks to the issue of society’s labels on single middle-aged women who are simply trying to make the most of her life in spite of their personal challenges and disappointments. It portrays the story of the Biblical Samaritan woman by bringing her character and her daily reality to life in our hearts and in our minds. The author tries to send the message to women with a history of broken relationships that there is hope and healing available in the midst of their personal crises.
Hannah Arabella Ewura Esi Tachie-Menson is a certified HR practitioner and an author whose writings focus on applying Biblical principles and truths to the realities of today’s way of life. She is interested in environmental stewardship, youth mentorship and corporate social responsibility issues.
She is the author of the books The Well of Life, Chosen For A Purpose, Simple Reasons to Say Thank You, and It’s Time to See Again.
She is a practicing Christian who believes in grooming and supporting people to become the best version of themselves.