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What Have You Lost? Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 3: pages 22-32 Summary

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Section 3: pages 22-32 Summary

In "Mother's Day" by Daisy Zamora, the author does not doubt her child would have liked a pretty, happy mother from the ads, but ever since she was small, she has always wanted to be herself which is hard for a woman; even her Guardian Angel refused to watch over the author when she heard. The author often loses her way and life has been painful, but she continues with the hope that her children will pull her into some distant shore after she has been lost at sea.

In Emma Mellon's "Waking Instructions," one should crawl ashore to the start of the day, forgetting past and future and allowing oneself to be different, but it will feel like falling attached to waiting.

In "Simple Song of Being Oneself" by Vittorio Bodini, ivy, wind and sea tell him he is not what they...

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