WHAT MY FATHER TOLD ME AT THREE IN THE MORNING

MEMORIES OF OUR LIVES, MY ROOTS, GRIEF, DEPRESSION, ANGER AND STRESS SURVIVAL MANAGEMENT

by Edward Khiwa PhD


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/9/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 194
ISBN : 9781514410103
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 194
ISBN : 9781514410097

About the Book

This book grew out of my experiences; in a collection of family group gatherings; interview with family siblings- pioneers, elderly communities, dialogue with those people with experience in sorrows, anger, grief, stress, and rod scholarly academic experiences from Africa, Europe, and United States, under Global Universities and Colleges. This document is composed of several chapters. Chapter I brings to us, the true measure of man and manhood. Chapter II, reveals the father of Dr. Khiwa, Mr. Luyirika and his philosophy in raising children and the immigration of his family and his final words of wisdom to the children and the World. Chapter 3, focuses at the moment of silence. In this course, here father revealed the sources of his manhood and legacy. Chapter IV brings to the reader the understanding of Luyirikas’ grands and his heritage. Chapter V, breaks down the history of the great parents of Luyirika’s line of origin.


About the Author

DR. EDWARD KIHWA-KIWUWA is a university associate professor in Oklahoma (USA): he is a specialist of system of preventive medicine, health administration organization and policy for Contemporary and Emerging Nation. Dr. Khiwa-Kiwuwa is a regular visiting professor to the postgraduate medical students and health administrators of the Institute of Public Health School of Medicine, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda. The Author attests that major challenges facing the Emerging Nation in the 21st Century is to predetermine independent for control of their natural resources; leading to proper health care for its citizens with less dependence for foreign contacts…dependency breeds subservice.