Beards Don’t Grow In Heaven


Written from a Human rights standpoint, Beards don’t grow in Heaven makes a moral and ethical case for securing the uniqueness of childhood. Sprinkled with accounts from across the world using African children as a reference point, it highlights the sacredness of childhood as a place of refuge, mind development and refinement.

The book proclaims cultural reflections on climate change, biodiversity, gender, artificial intelligence, and other contemporary pressing social issues globally. With compelling arguments based on principles of social justice, ownership of conscience, political freedom and science, controversies in queerness, juvenile crime and more are genuinely discussed to paint a better future for children of the 21st century and more.

Today’s children must be raised with a different value system in mind if we must prepare them as future custodians of the planet-a duty for which we are already troubled.


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