Priest presents book "Existential Interiority

Lubango – The priest Belchior Tchihopio "Kandimblé" has launched in southern Huila province, his sixth literary work entitled "Existential Interiority".

With 20 chronicles that portray experiences and the need of people to value and strengthen themselves, the book, published by Chela Editora, has 50 pages.

Speaking to ANGOP, the author said his chronicles call for a "sanitization" of the heart for an altruistic life, fighting any exploitation.

"Kandimblé" says he was motivated to write the work due to the need for people to recognize that a well-strengthened interiority is worth more than any exteriority, "hence they observe people with the best material goods, but without happiness.

The priest belongs to the Archdiocese of Lubango and has already released on the market the works "The Culture of Proverb" (2020), "Sentences of Symbolic Highness" (2020), "The intelligence of the Chinese doctor and other tales" (2018), "Utopia in the dew of the soul" (2017) and "Drops of tears", with two editions, 2011 and 2017.

The writer holds a degree in Ecclesiastical Sciences from Damascus University in Madrid (Spain) being ordained to the priesthood in January 2015.

 

 

With 20 chronicles that portray experiences and the need of people to value and strengthen themselves, the book, published by Chela Editora, has 50 pages.

Speaking to ANGOP, the author said his chronicles call for a "sanitization" of the heart for an altruistic life, fighting any exploitation.

"Kandimblé" says he was motivated to write the work due to the need for people to recognize that a well-strengthened interiority is worth more than any exteriority, "hence they observe people with the best material goods, but without happiness.

The priest belongs to the Archdiocese of Lubango and has already released on the market the works "The Culture of Proverb" (2020), "Sentences of Symbolic Highness" (2020), "The intelligence of the Chinese doctor and other tales" (2018), "Utopia in the dew of the soul" (2017) and "Drops of tears", with two editions, 2011 and 2017.

The writer holds a degree in Ecclesiastical Sciences from Damascus University in Madrid (Spain) being ordained to the priesthood in January 2015.