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Fruits of Childhood (long) [22]
Time-length-icon 14m 33s
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Publish-date-icon January 2, 2012
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Fruits of Childhood (long) [22]

In this audio conversation connected to the final story in his book Global Crossroads, author Mo Tejani talks about the emotional responses he had after he finished writing the book, and what it has been like to relive some of those same emotions while recording the audio conversations here that are linked to each story in the book. Reflecting on how any of the five senses often take him back to his lost homeland in Africa, Mo discusses the impact of foods on his psyche, and tells of another incident that occurred with a vendor lady in Guatemala selling cassavas that is not part of the book. He ends this conversation with some closing remarks for the listeners that have been with him and Chris Smith through all 24 audio recordings.

This audio conversation serves as a companion piece to the story “Fruits of Childhood” in Mo’s book Global Crossroads: Memoirs of a Travel Junkie (February 2012).

This is one of a number of conversations between award-winning author Mohezin (Mo) Tejani www.motejani.com” and digital nomad, educator, and edtech consultant Chris Smith shamblesguru.com hosted at globalcrossroads.podomatic.com

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