Value Everything is a memoir based on the unearthing of self-disappointments and regrets; invoked by the neglect of a gifted flower.
This regret unravels in chapter one, No place for the artificial flower. The incident provoked several memories of things and people the author took for granted.
Learning to appreciate the things she once took for granted, came after the damage was done. Her biggest lesson to date is to focus on inherent value instead of materialistic value.
About the author
Professor and author, Azwihangwisi Helen Mavhandu-Mudzusi holds a PhD in Public Administration and heads the Office of Research and Graduate Studies at UNISA.
She is also a former Chair of the Health Studies Department, and Chairperson of the Research Ethics Committee of the College of Human Sciences at UNISA.
She published 39 peer-reviewed articles, co-authored in books and peer-reviewed 25 conference papers.
Her passion includes advocacy for marginalised groups, especially people living with HIV and AIDS, and LGBTI individuals in higher education institutions and rural communities.
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Prof. Azwihangwisi Mavhandu-Mudzusi: firstname.lastname@example.org