Bishop Makamu (PHOTO:Drum)
He believes the Bible is
the best book ever written. But TV presenter Bishop Israel Makamu says what
follows that is his self-help book, Wrong Passengers.“My book came from my constant need of wanting to help people,” he tells DRUM.“In the book I call people who are misplaced ‘passengers’,” he adds.In the book’s 132 pages he gives direction on how to deal with passengers.“My book helps you identify a wrong passenger in your life and how you
disconnect from those people that are not meant to be in your life,” he adds.
Coming from a religious
background, Bishop I Makamu says the book can be read by people from any religious
background.“We have all had to remove people in our lives that we felt were not good for
us. The person might not be happy about the detachment but they will thank you
later when they finally connect with the person meant to be in their life
forever,” he says
In Wrong Passengers,
Bishop I Makamu uses his own experiences to set the tone and touches on people
who are meant to come into people’s lives briefly, those who come seasonally
and those who are meant to be in people’s lives forever.
relationship comes to help with something needed at a specific time and they
leave your life. It does not have to be a bad thing. A lifetime relationship is
someone who will always be in your life. It is often hard to identify these
people and to sometimes cut people out of their lives or to let go. The book
also advises people on how to detach,” he says.
Wrong Passengers will retail nationwide at R300 from 1 February.