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This book “I Give because I’m Blessed – I’m Blessed because I Give” was so enriching, captivating, relatable and uplifting. When I was reading the book, I felt like I was being fed the reality of life, it got my attention, I was wanting more . Being an immigrant myself, I found out that most of our struggles were similar. Finally, I admire the writer’s tenacity to continue to forge on despite the challenges she faced. She demonstrated endurance and perseverance, which made her journey palatable. Kudos Moji Taiwo.

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Thank you Moji, for sharing your story.”I Give because I’m Blessed – I’m Blessed because I Give” is a very good account of the challenges first generation immigrants go through. To me, this book shows that boldness can help you achieve your goals; that disappointments can be blessings; and no one should ever settle for less or let anyone prevent them from following their dreams.
Very well done and I look forward to the next book!






“A Chronicle of an Immigrant’s Journey”

It’s not easy to leave your birthplace behind, to immigrate to a new land, and start from the bottom to build a good life, especially as a minority. Yet, a life of meaning and value is available to anyone who is determined to work hard, move past the disappointments, accept the challenges, and embrace the joy in the journey. Through her life story, Moji Taiwo chronicles just what it takes to make it. Her passion for service, her exemplary work ethic, and her positive attitude shines through, inspiring all to live their best life.

In this book, you will find:
Excitement to be your unique self Inspiration to succeed
Empowerment to step out in faith
Motivation to pursue your dreams & achieve your goals
Strength to challenge the standard norms
Grace & fortitude to give, share, & receive blessings
Open-mindedness to learn from others
Courage to transform challenges into opportunities
Wisdom to be a flourisher rather than a survivor

Moji Taiwo

wife, mother, & grandmother, is an avid community organizer in Calgary, Alberta. She’s a retired civil servant, a community leader, and an advocate for family, women, and children’s causes. A successful businesswoman, coach, and life skills facilitator, she has received many professional and community awards.      Read More …

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