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Today’s word is yugto, which is a fundamental transition or development of a story or phenomenon.
For my family, in a very real sense, yesterday’s word that meant last farewell and today’s word work together. On 12 May 1987, my father died. When he did, it changed our lives within seconds.
We lost absolutely everything we owned at the time. All my child-bride Suzanne and I had was each other and our oldest son, Jared. Things changed in the blink of an eye,
This August 18th, in honor of my child-bride Suzanne’s birthday, we will be giving all of our books away free. Please download and read these books. We have had to change the way we make money here since I suffered three strokes back in May. We no longer sell Avon door-to door, but you can still buy it on our website at https://smcclendon.avonrepresentative.com. You can also help us by purchasing things from our Etsy store.
You can help us by downloading our books free. Then, read them. Every quarter, Amazon has a contest to determine which 100 authors in the United States have the most pages read. If we make it into the top 100, we will share a part in a pool of money Amazon sets aside for the top 100 authors.
Please also give us feedback on our books and leave your honest review at Amazon. We thank you.
These words and these photos are from an article by Isabelle Laureta on BuzzFeed titled “36 Of The Most Beautiful Words In The Philippine Language”. All credit goes to them.
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