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Prince V Writes about Jealousy, Happiness in His New Book

posted onOctober 28, 2022

Prince V's Charity Initiative founder Vianey Sserubambula, aka Prince V has released another inspirational book titled The Joy of Redemption, which comes a little over a month after unveiling 300 Quotes about Starting to Live Again.

In his latest book, he looks into why miserable people are usually very angry people. 

"They may smile and laugh on the surface but on the inside are filled with resentment and unresolved insecurities. They are usually consumed by jealousy towards everyone around them. They have a life they desire to live but cant achieves. Thus living stressed lives. Somehow somewhere, you and I are no exception," Prince V said about the book in notes to this reporter.

"The book is addressed to people who are tired of being enslaved to the luxurious world and to live a joyful satisfying life. It addresses those little simple things that make life worth living and satisfying. Not only for us but also for those around us. Have you ever considered why those we consider less privileged are the happiest and yet those with all we ever dream of are miserable? The reasons are drawn in this book."

Prince V says the book can be acquired from the Amazon eBook store.

He is also planning to donate a few copies of his book to schools across the country to inspire young people since the book captures his journey of becoming a humanitarian.

Prince V, who was born July 7, 1994, in Kampala holds a Bachelor of Science with Education from Makerere University. 

But he decided to teach mathematics to children in the Cambridge Curriculum after training at Brook House international school in Nairobi, Kenya. 

He describes himself as a "free-spirited, friendly, loving, playful, selfless, and a charity ambassador."

His organization Prince V's Charity Initiative supports less privileged children and children living with disabilities. It registered as The Prince Vianey Initiative.

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