Apr 19, 2021
By the end of my conversation with Zaiba Hasan, I was offering her the spare bedroom at my house when she visits California. In retrospect it was, perhaps, a little weird, given that we’d only known each other for an hour. But she is that kind of person – warm and funny and smart AF – and I couldn’t help myself. I want to talk books and spirituality and mothering with her all day. But we started with “The Forty Rules of Love” by Elif Shafak – part historical fiction, part modern parable, part love story within a love story. The book, and the conversation, were both treasures.
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Host: Julie Strauss
Guest: Zaiba Hasan
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