Things You Need to Hear Most: A collection of poetry and notes rooted in self-love

Things You Need to Hear Most: A collection of poetry and notes rooted in self-love

by Samukele Ncube


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Things You Need to Hear Most is a collection of poetry and notes that are rooted in self-love. This collection serves as a powerful reminder of the fact that you are more powerful than you know. You are a gift and your existence helps to shape the world in a way that is so magical and can only be brought about by you alone. All you need to do is be yourself.

"If you're looking for honesty and vulnerability, this collection will give you both. A beautiful book of growth and self-love."

- Alexandra Elle, Author of After the Rain

"As you work through cultivating a more powerful and meaningful relationship with yourself, Things You Need To Hear Most is a perfect companion. Samukele speaks directly to the soul and spirit as she describes and shares the process of coming home to ourselves and as we learn to trust ourselves to be so much more than we ever could have imagined. These poems are necessary reading for anyone looking to deepen their relationship to self, and to their own truth."

- Komal Minhas, Interviewer + Educator

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ISBN-13: 9781777445201
Publisher: Samukele Ncube
Publication date: 02/13/2021
Pages: 100
Sales rank: 144,555
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.26(d)

About the Author

Samukele Ncube is a Creator whose gift lies in writing. As a recovering perfectionist and overachiever, writing has been the cornerstone of her journey towards healing and in learning self-love.

In a world that constantly tells us who we should be, she is a strong believer that we all have the answers that we seek to live out our life's purpose and strives to help others rediscover their internal guiding voice through her work.

Things You Need to Hear Most is her debut collection of poetry that has allowed to her to embrace her gift of writing for the first time, while also offering others healing through words that she needed on her darkest days.

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