In these short stories that cross five decades, three Ugandan men tell us about their lives and their struggles to make meaning, to find love, and to manage the evil of poverty. The title comes from a Luganda phrase that encourages living in the moment. (The mahogany tree lives longer than most in the region.)
This is a compelling read for all who care about the experiences of their fellow person. Dr. Dunigan also includes a comprehensive discussion guide and analysis, perfect for aid workers, educators, clergy, and counselors.