Munira Premji

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In February 2012, I was diagnosed with two cancers of the blood: Stage 4 Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma and Stage 3 Multiple Myeloma. 3 years later, in December, 2015, I got breast cancer: Invasive Ductal Carcinoma.
This website, which includes my blog, my podcast, my videos, my book, and other services that I provide, is an attempt to share my journey with you from a place of vulnerability – – my fears, my hopes and the countless blessings along the way. I hope that my experiences will give you the courage and optimism to battle through your own difficulties and challenges.
Like the Mighty Oak Tree whose leaves and branches are constantly tested by the wind, these cancers have tested my strength beyond measure. With your continued prayers and support, and with God’s grace, I will embrace this journey – and all its learnings and blessings – with hope and love.
– Munira

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I met Viveka, spent time with Mauro and Chiara, and was mesmerized by Chicca!

The best part of our recent trip to Portugal and Spain was meeting people that left me in awe. In Madrid, I sauntered over to …

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My Book is in the Library!

Ever since I was a teenager, the library was one of my favourite places to hang out. I would scour the titles and touch the …

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And just like that, they are 1!!!

Mos and Amaal, our grandchildren, both turned one in June. They have captured our hearts and imagination.

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Will Smith Flipped His Lid

I watched the chaotic incident with Will Smith and Chris Rock at the 94th Academy Awards and, like many people around the world, was stunned …

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Discovering the little things

As we spend time with Mos Malik and Amaal Noor, it is fascinating to us how they will focus on the little things. Give them …

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When Things Don’t Go According to Plan…

So here I was. Preparing to co-facilitate a full day leadership program on zoom for a client in Vancouver. Except I was in Nairobi, a …

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Inclusion

It was a beautiful example of inclusion. On our recent trip to Nairobi, Nagib and I were at the Sarit Centre with Amaal. Amaal was …

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Generosity

Her name is Winnie and she is an active, proud, redhead Kenyan, always moving, her eyes darting to acknowledge a new customer. She has a …

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