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For Mothers’ Day: Wisdom I Learned from Nanay

If you’ve personally seen the beautiful Philippines, you might also have noticed that in addition to the Filipinos’ legendary hospitality, we are known to respect our parents, particularly our mothers (sorry, dad). We Filipinos call our mothers inay, nanay, mama or, more common nowadays, mom. Now, for the next paragraphs, look for a Filipino friend and ask her/him to translate (Google Translate can never fathom the nuances and context of the Filipino language). Here are some things we can truly relate — Mga ginintuang aral na napulot kay Inay. Feel free to share the nuggets of wisdom you’ve learned from your mother (or share this with your mother and family). Continue reading For Mothers’ Day: Wisdom I Learned from Nanay