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The Way A girl's journey from an Indian village to the Parliament of India

Author Name: Fanny S.M. | Format: Paperback | Genre : Biographies & Autobiographies | Other Details

Not many would dare to take challenging decisions in life when life itself is full of uncertainties and confusions. But I had to; may be because of my birth as the eldest daughter to a typical Indian middle class family which was surmounted by a variety of problems and the responsibilities attached therewith. But the Way I tread never deceived me, rather I was led to a glorious place called the Parliament of India about which I have never dreamt of. The Way is the inspiring account of my life which vividly portrays the struggles I had to face to reach this place from a humble beginning. Though circumstances were not in my favour, faith in God and willingness to move on with optimism helped me to achieve success in life. Jesus had been my counselor during the difficult period of life and set my Way because He Himself is the Way. My life is a wakeup call for the readers to move on in life in spite of various unfavorable situations and to assure that all the sorrows and uncertainties will be transformed into joy and peace soon.

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Fanny S.M.

Born and brought up in the southern part of India, Fanny S.M. is an alumna of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV). She completed her graduation in English Language and Literature with first rank from Kerala University. She worked as a Skill Development Executive in a Kerala Government initiative called Additional Skill Acquisition Programme (ASAP) and was an Administrative Assistant trainee in Satish Dhavan Space Centre, Sriharikota, before clearing the examination to join as an Assistant Executive Officer in Lok Sabha Secretariat, Parliament of India. Her first published work was a poem in Hindi included in a collection of poetry called ‘Navankur’. She loves to inspire and instills hope in the lives of many who are pain stricken. Her life is an epitome of will power, perseverance and faith in God. She lives in the capital of India being happy and ready to render her duties for the nation. S M