Having grown up in what we call a modern South African family, Ruth was always exposed to different aspects of this country and its cultures.

The family had traveled Europe in her pre- teen years, and so the love for travel and the world had begun. Ruth later went on to travel on her own, and in later years, attended James Madison University in Virginia (USA).

Ruth currently lives in Cape Town, South Africa. She is a creative soul, who loves the Lord. she often refers to this love for Jesus, not as being religious, but rather as being in relation with Christ (feel free to ask questions).

With the author being such a free spirit, who is passionate about so much, expect to see posts about anything and everything.

This is not a religious blog. The views are entirely the authors own, and are in no ways propaganda of any organization.


5 thoughts on “About

  1. Nash says:


    Firstly well written post. From the points stated I could gather the content of Zara’s post. I would however like to read it first hand. I have searched for her website but t seems to be “down” do you have a copy that you can share online?


  2. Janie says:

    You need an editor. You are bashing her too. You could have inboxed her. She was brave, but her editing skills are weak. In calling someone delusional, rude, disrespectful and contradictory (as if you have the authority to decide that about some one else’s freedom of speech) you are also passing judgement.


  3. Rhomeez says:

    Lovely stuff Ruth, I love your work! Keep it up 😙
    If you need an editor, you know where to find me. Let’s give auto-correct a breather.


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