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BOOKS & ESSAYS

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On Masturbation

With this funny yet thought-provoking essay, Mokokoma explores the so-called self-abuse, an activity that has divided most sane human beings into two camps: the pro- and the anti-masturbation.

As he usually does with such topics, he explores the aforementioned division without taking sides. And, more importantly, he shows the reader how such a seemingly insignificant activity has had and continues to have a significant impact on the human race.

Among other things, he touches on some of the facts that most of us are ignorant of: things such as the real reasons why some institutions are against masturbation, and what masturbation teaches us about ourselves.

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The Selfish Genie

Have you ever thanked someone for helping you—or for saying something useful or nice to or about you? If so, you shouldn’t have.

With this funny yet extremely thought-provoking essay, Mokokoma Mokhonoana scrutinizes the principle and the practice of selflessness, which is, as we all know, also known as altruism.

Don’t get him wrong. He, like most sane human beings, thinks that altruism is a beautiful thing. Having said that, Mokokoma, unlike most sane human beings, thinks that it is humanely impossible to be selfless. As a matter of fact, he strongly believes that human beings are inherently selfish.

In essence, the goal of this essay is to destroy the phrase “Thank you!”

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N for Nigger

“12% of employees eat because they are hungry. 88% of employees eat because it is 1 o’clock.”

“Though you can love what you do not master, you cannot master what you do not love.”

“A slave that acknowledges its enslavement is halfway to its liberation.”

“It’s the invention of clothes, not nature, that made ‘private parts’ private.”

“Education is what they equip you with; just in case your dream doesn’t work out.”

AND 920+ OTHER APHORISMS

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Divided and Conquered

What makes you, you? Is it your mother tongue? Is it your country of birth? Is it your ethnicity? Is it your bank balance? Or could it be who or what you call God?

Mokokoma takes the reader through a mental tour. An exploration of social constructs that have divided the human race, i.e., language, culture, nationality, the monetary system, religion, ethnicity, race, et cetera. A journey through familiar territories. But, for a change, with an unfamiliar set of eyes.

Mokokoma argues that the civilized man is technologically ahead of—but intellectually behind—his time. This one of a kind life-changing book is our opportunity to catch up.

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The Confessions of a Misfit

Do not allow your love for or hatred of America be the only reason you read or do not read this book, because it has absolutely nothing to do with or say about the U.S.!

As one reader of the book has remarked, “As he explores various subjects, Mokhonoana questions and challenges the status quo of society and promotes deeper and more critical thinking as well as a simpler way of life without being inundated with the plethora of useless and mundane information that we are bombarded with in our modern-day world. Hidden in his random rants are tokens and gems of enlightening information, moral lessons, and principles to live by.”

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