Acting President & Board Member
My highest aspiration in reaching the garden of Self is to attain a state of beingness where the merit of my words can be an agent of transformation. I aspire to attain the ability to communicate universal truths effectively through my words and experiences in such a way that the hearer has the capacity to nurture his or her consciousness and its limitations, a means where life and hope are renewed in the individual reader in an innate and unique manner. I seek to arrive at the door of humanity’s natural beauty one step at a time, by finding a doorway to our innate wisdom together and helping to transform a bridge that can link the gap of separation between us so we can co-create a space for a deeper connection between those lost in diffidence, remoteness, and isolation. I hope to convey this message of compassion to those in distant spaces and places with my words through this humble book.
Born in Kabul, Anosha Zereh was three when the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan. Her father, a UN employee apprehensive for his safety under the communist regime fled his beloved nation for India in 1985. The Zereh family was eventually granted asylum in the United States in 1987. Since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, Zereh has been a humanitarian working to improve the lives of Afghan orphaned children through education in Afghanistan and locally in Fremont, California, often referred to as the "Little Kabul" of the West. She lives with her two children and husband in Berkeley, California.