Author Roxana Jaffer Explores Life, Fate, and Resilience in New Book ‘Why I Did Not Die

Roxana Jaffer, a visionary leader in the hospitality industry and a passionate advocate for positive change, has recently been featured in Health Magazine for her latest book, “Why I Did Not Die.” The book delves into the profound questions surrounding fate, life, and death, drawing from real-life near-death incidents to impart lessons of resilience and pliability.

In her interview with Health Magazine, Roxana shared insights into her creative process and the inspiration behind her thought-provoking book. With a prestigious education from Harvard Business School and an MBA in leadership, Roxana’s unique perspective on life and fate shines through in her writing. Through her partnership with the United Nation’s World Food Programme, Roxana has made a tangible impact on the lives of undernourished children worldwide, embodying the message of resilience and compassion that resonates throughout her book.

Roxana’s journey is one of determination and compassion, as evidenced by her numerous accolades and achievements. Her dedication to empowering underprivileged communities and her creative spirit, expressed through poetry and her NGO, “abc: an advent for building human capital,” showcase her commitment to making a meaningful difference in the world. “Why I Did Not Die” is not just a book but a testament to Roxana’s resilience and spirituality, inspiring readers to contemplate their own lives and the inevitability of fate.