Backed by research and true events that happened in the past and here in the present is what this book details a step by step journey into why this disease may be the end of the African American race as we know it.
Both entertaining and educational, Traveling Tessa will introduce you to parts of the world in a unique way, making you feel like you are truly along for the ride. Tessa's adventures will expand one's perspective of the world beginning at a young age, allowing for increased understanding and acceptance of others. This book is timely as we are experiencing history with this pandemic, and with social distancing and quarantine protocols people are understandably getting a little stir-crazy, ESPECIALLY if they have younger children. Traveling Tessa allows readers to leave the four walls of their home, at least mentally!
"Sometimes it takes just a moment for a life to change forever. For Tessa, that moment has come. It was like any other morning. Tessa woke up and readied herself for school. Little did she know she was about to receive a special gift, one that would take her on the greatest adventures imaginable. That night, when Tessa falls asleep, she wakes in a faraway land, with no idea how she arrived there nor how she will find her way home. All she knows is she has come to this special place for a reason, and she must embark on this magical adventure in order to understand the true meaning of home."
Are you a courageous immigrant that had to leave your comfort zone to change your life?
Or are you a person who lived or is living a ‘forbidden love’ story due to external factors, such as religion, class or ethnicity?
Then, you will relate to this diary.
Tough decisions usually lead us to the unknown, and life becomes harder and harder. Falling in love should make it better, but humankind insists on recognising differences that separate us, rather than the things that unify us. Immigrants often struggle with the word ‘NO’, but it is all part of the growing and improves resilience. This book invites us to put ourselves in someone else’s shoes and allow us to share our agonies. It tempts us to answer the philosophical questions in it and reflect on our current situation.
Cynthia shares how she overcame the hindrances during the first six years of her immigrant life, and her story encourages us to always choose love in everything we do. She reminds us that sometimes we need to lose things or people in order to become the best version of ourselves and that we must trust the process, believing that all the struggle is worth it.
This is not a self-growth book, but rather a memoir from someone that is trying to figure it out life, just like all of us. ‘Never give up on me’ were the words that Cynthia kept trapped on until she realised that the person that she should never give up was herself. And we too can learn to love ourselves more.
Can you imagine that love?
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