Chinese wisdom I once didn't comprehend or disbelieve and even at times despiced, my marrital experiences confirmed all its verity. Because what the father did and said will be repeated by the children as a family tradition, the mother, that's me has an inherent duty to re-evaluate each and every circumstance its proper conduct for the betterment of the younger generation's lives.
This man, Chung, I married is a league of his own, a rare specimen in human nature. He enriched my experiences so abundantly that it's a sin if I don't make them as my contribution to humanity.
A myriad of events and situations can be used as teaching tools not found in any schools. For instance, the scenes before and after a child was born were unprecedented in all movies and books I saw and read(Part III). Chung's reaction after my vomiting episodes (Part I) was unheard of. My reaction to his infidelity (Part II) was typical at first but extraordinary at the end. What is the proper scenario when our combined income could not cover all the expenses? (Part I) What should it be when money was not an issue anymore and Chung had the world on his plate. What he did after he got away with "murder." What is a husband and wife all about and what is love. How to choose a husband and many more can be found in Part IV.
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About the Author
M. Hwa Chan is a retiree living in a senior community called The Villages in Florida. She has joined writers' groups there and has been writing autobiographical books for nine years. She came from Hong Kong 51 years ago for her last year of high school, then college. She has one daughter and two sons who are 14 years apart.