Kaleidoscope” is an important book for individuals and families. A project which started off as a series of blog posts collecting real-life experiences and interrogating them through the eyes of a young Christian lady has now metamorphosed into a book, and it shares insights on technology/media, leadership, marriage, friendship, religion, depression and hurt and indeed everyday life. It’s called Kaleidoscope: different parts, different patterns, different colours, different shapes. Isn’t that how our lives are? The author herself is a keen observer of daily life. That she is able to see these things and write about them is a miracle. We, her readers, are fortunate. We are fortunate to learn from her. We are fortunate to see life through her eyes. And we must continue interrogating our own lives, maybe not through her lenses but through ours, formed over years of exposure and learning and interaction. In the end, we’re better off and we’ll live richer lives when we see the world not just through our own eyes, but through the eyes of the people around us and God.