Inner Anchorage

Inner Anchorage

A sailor’s journey at sea amidst a few migrations across borders and becoming a captain at a young age of 29. The story is an inspirational tale of staying grounded in the face of uncertainty and life’s challenges, embracing all that life dishes out to you. Spanning five decades through till post-2000 the book paints a man whose gentility and patience is far more powerful than managing barges out in a stormy ocean. The journey tugs at the core of simple human values etching the rule of daily survival.


Author: Farheen Mukri

Farheen is currently an Associate Lecturer at the Singapore University of Social Sciences in postgraduate courses for Community Leadership & Social Development as well as Non-profit Management. Prior to this, for about 12 years, she has been a trainer-facilitator mentoring tertiary students and teachers for an outdoor Leadership expedition program before they embark on service-learning community projects. She has a heart for humanitarian issues especially refugee assistance and volunteers when possible. Prior to human development work, she was involved in editing books, journals and magazines. She is also author of Faith & Nature: An Eco-guide to Greening Faith Communities. In her valued self-time, she loves writing, listening to birdsong, cooking and crafting using reusable materials.

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