Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Book Tour: A Worthy Legacy by Tomi

Last May I reviewed the book A Worthy Legacy and now it's on tour!! This book is a collection of thoughts and ideas that were given to the author by her grandfather on his deathbed. My full review is here, but I wanted to include my final thoughts:
What I am appreciating, now that I am letting his thoughts mull around in my mind, is that he and I, two completely different people who have led absolutely different lives on opposite sides of this planet - we believe the same things about how to live a good life. This elderly gentleman who grew up in a Nigerian village wanted to teach his children the same things that I want to teach mine. His simple words never startled me or surprised me - the writing is not lyrical or jubilant or complex. You merely come away from the book knowing that Tomi's grandfather left this life knowing what was worth caring about - and that if we read closely, we might be tempted to look for that same knowledge ourselves.
Please take a look at some of the other reviews out there! The next stop in the tour is at Lost in Books.


bermudaonion said...

Your final thoughts are beautiful and serve as a reminder that throughout the world, most people are the same.

Anna said...

What a great post! Sounds like a powerful book, and I've only seen positive reviews of it.

Diary of an Eccentric

Anonymous said...

Thanks Corinne. It is indeed amazing that values are the same all over the world.

Veens said...

Awesome thoughts! Thank You for sharing them. This book has some great reviews!

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