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Nanay: Lessons From a Mother

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Book Description

Nanay:Lessons from a Mother is a true story about a woman who touched and inspired many lives among her dear friends and relatives. She lived a full life and just recently passed away at the tender age of eighty-two years old. Her life and her lessons are worthy to pass on as one of her many legacies which includes her 7 kids and many grandkids and great grandkids. What makes her life extraordinary? She is relatable to grandparents and parents everywhere. Nanay:Lessons from a Mother is a book which honors her life and legacy and gives principles that she lived and practiced. It also illustrates the trials, hardships, and triumphs of an elderly widow who is transitioning to the twilight of her life. Similar to The Last Lecture and Tuesdays with Morrie, this non-fiction book story is a series of snapshots into the life of an elderly widow looking back in her life. Like any long and fulfilled life, it has its series of triumphs and tragedies. The early abandonment of having both parents passed away when she was only sixteen years old and the later loneliness of having her beloved and faithful husband of over fifty-two years passed away shows us, the readers, that life is precious. In between these tragedies in her life, she survived World War II hiding in the mountains of the Philippines and raising her four young siblings; she raised seven wonderful children; and she migrated to the United States to start a new life.

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