In part 1 of this episode we bring insights from chapter 3, which presents us with the fact that Dom has been abandoned by his father when the boy was 12 and ever since he grew up into an orphanage.
In part 2 of the episode, we take a question from a reader and provide a reply. Feel free to send us questions by email at email@example.com or by leaving us a voice message (if you listen via Anchor), as we would love to answer in future episodes.
The reader pointed out something really interesting: the fact that, in this chapter Rada takes over the governance of the orphanage, but maybe against her will. Meaning that Dom never asked her what her dreams were in regards to her future, but neither did Rada see his legacy as a burden. On the contrary, she didn't question his decision to pass her his legacy.
You can connect with Rahila Khan (my guest) by visiting her LinkedIn profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/rahila-khan-873900143/.
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