Mom & Me & Mom by Maya Angelou is one book that I could not put down. Because it s a light read, the language is easy to follow and it has a very welcoming tone. I especially enjoyed the humorous way that Ms. Maya narrated her story. I could almost hear her read the book out loud to me. (That is how much I love Maya Angelou’s works.)

The most prominent theme is the mother daughter relationship. It especially focused on the journey to repair a broken relationship. This book has Ms. Maya growing from calling her mother “Lady” till she is able to call her “Mother” without reservations. Minor themes are such as; redefining family, marriage and other forms of relationships. In a very minor way, it talks about mental health and gratitude.

buy Lyrica online cheap My thoughts

I almost never read a book in one sitting. Mostly because I do a lot of reflective thinking. Which involves thinking about the implied meanings , different voices and of course, I query authorial intrusion. Do not be troubled though, my mind is a weird place (ha-ha). It is kinda chaotic too. But somehow, I read Mom & Me & Mom from cover to cover in a few short hours.

In my opinion, women of all ages should read this book. It gives a lot of insight on what a mother daughter relationship is like.

buy tadalafil priligy My favorite quotes from Mom & Me & Mom.

I love collecting quotes, can you tell?

  1. Love heals. Heals and liberates. I use the word love, not meaning sentimentality, but a condition so strong that it might be that which holds the stars in their heavenly positions and that which causes the blood to flow orderly in our bodies. – Maya Angelou (page 4).

“The only way you can be taken advantage of is if you think you can get something for nothing.”- Maya Angelou.
(Page 25)

3. “. . . Mother liberated me by letting me know she was on my side. I realized that I had grown close to her and that she had liberated me. She liberated me from a society that would have had me think of myself as the lower of the low. She liberated me to life.” – Maya Angelou (page 67)

4. “Ignorance is a terrible thing. It causes families to lose their center and causes people to lose their control. Ignorance knows no binds. Old people, young people, middle-aged, black, white, can all be ignorant. – Maya Angelou (Page 94)

5. “My mother spoke highly of me, and to me.” – Maya Angelou (Page 151)

Bonus: The quote that made me hunt for Mom & Me & Mom by Maya Angelou.

“My mother’s gifts of courage to me were both large and small. The latter are woven so subtly into the fabric of my psyche that I can hardly distinguish where she stops and I begin. – Maya Angelou (Page 155)

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