Pant O’ Mine (Pant of Mine) by Ayodunmomi Esther Adekanmi
Pant O’ Mine (Pant of Mine) describes how our daily experiences are used as tools to draws us closer to the discovery, pursuit and realization of our life’s purpose.
Pant O’ mine (Pant of Mine) was inspired from the book of Psalms 42:1- as the heart panteth after the water brooks, so panteth my soul after thee.
Using the lives of the two main characters, it vividly described the regular hustles of undergraduates in a Nigerian university.
It addressed sub themes such as dangers of abortion, peer pressure, poor self-image and seeking the approval of others above self.
All of these sub themes were creatively weaved into one central idea of how God uses challenges, his word, his spirit and individual talents as pointers to our purpose.
Ultimately, When we find God, we then discover that we were created for a course that is bigger than us which will eventually outlive us. The discovery of this course and the unique role we’re meant to play in it forms the basis of our life’s experiences.