Let not your heart be troubled; you believe in God, believe also in Me. In My Father’s house are many mansions. If it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you to Myself, that where I am, there you may be also. And where I go you know, and the way you know. (John 14:1-4)
DADDY’S LIVING LEGEND
Dr. Theresa Ann Moseley absolutely misses her father, who went home to be with the Lord nearly three-and-a-half decades ago.
One thing about which she is guilty, though, is that she’s steadfastly carrying on his awe-inspiring legacy.
“When my father passed away, I almost died,” Dr. Moseley, during an interview this week with Making Headline News, said, explaining the life-altering developments that have ultimately given way to the beloved Maryland school administrator’s latest authorship milestone. “I would not eat, drink, sleep, or work for two weeks.”
Regardless, what Dr. Moseley had eventually come to discover was that God had a divine purpose to which He strategically introduced her, particularly in the wake of her father demise.
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“On the first day of the third week, a voice from within told me to get up and go live in my purpose,” Dr. Moseley recalls. “I knew other ladies who lost their dad had similar experiences. As a result, I wanted to share my story on how I turned my grief and pain into purpose. I wanted to let the world know if you are still here, there is a reason.”
Indeed, it is, as Dr. Moseley vividly chronicles in Daddy’s Girl: Living After The Loss of A Legend, the highly-anticipated Amazon No. 1 bestseller anthology that is orchestrated by longtime Maryland philanthropist and internal medicine physician, Dr. Marcea B. Whitaker.
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A remarkably brilliant collaborative written work that is accompanied by 107 pages in length, 10 co-authors have joined forces to collectively remind us that daddies represent stability and security, according to a detailed synopsis of Dr. Whitaker’s Daddy’s Girl: Living After The Loss of A Legend at Amazon.com.
“They establish themselves as providers and protectors,” said an Amazon spokesperson for Daddy’s Girl. “They embody strength and safety. They make us feel confident and courageous. They create laughter from tears. Courage from fears. A daddy is a daughter’s first love, establishing a bond so powerful that he melts her heart and, in all his masculinity, she steals his. But what happens when all that comes to an end?
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“Delivered with compassion and kindness, Daddy’s Girl: Living After The Loss of A Legend provides readers support, comfort, encouragement, and understanding as they navigate life after the loss of the legend. We celebrate our daddies, the memory of their spirit, the moments of their love, and the magnificence of their strength in its many iterations and complexities.”
Moreover, Dr. Whitaker’s fascinating anthology, by all accounts, unleashes what this visionary author describes as a tidal wave of healing awareness, one that appropriately gives a voice to a massive population of women struggling to move beyond the loss in the face of their daddy’s absence.
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“Within these pages, lies a powerful collaboration of daughters brave enough to share their journeys and bold enough to reveal the challenges they experienced along the way,” said an Amazon spokesperson for Daddy’s Girl.
For Dr. Moseley, her quest of joining Daddy’s Girl emerged amid a divine connection through a friend.
“One of my friends in a coaching program contacted me regarding being a part of this anthology,” Dr. Moseley told MHN. “She knew I was close to my father who passed 34 years ago. I often talked to her about my dad and how I was a daddy’s girl. As a result, I was added as one of the contributing authors.”
Having graced the pages of 14 books to date, Dr. Moseley, as usual, has been nothing short of impressive in Daddy’s Girl, having composed a chapter entitled, “Just Like You,” a segment she needed roughly a month to complete.
“The divine message I want to send to the world is straight from the scriptures, Matthew 5:14,” Dr. Moseley explains. “Ye are the light of the world. When a loved one dies, and you are still here, you must let your light shine. Within that light is your divine assignment and purpose. We are still here for a reason. Also, the precious moments in life we have with our fathers will never go away. They are alive in our hearts. This gives me peace, which is what I pray for every day — peace.”
Besides Daddy’s Girl: Living After The Loss of A Legend, Dr. Moseley’s immeasurable writings have graced the pages of the following books:
- The Fourth Child Five Decades of Hope, released in 2014
- Women of Virtue Walking In Excellence, released in 2019
- Two Decades Apart, released in 2020
- Step Into Leadership Greatness, released 2021
- Creating Ambassadors Of Peace, released in 2021
- You Are Enough, released in 2021
- Unleash Your Undeniable Impact, released in 2021
- I Am SHE, released in 2021
- What’s God Got To Do With It, released in 2021
- The 8 Qualities Of The Exceptional Black Woman, released in 2022
- Step Into Leadership Greatness Vol 2 Leaders Producing Leaders, released 2022 and,
- Passion Purpose Peace: The Pathway Through Trials And Tribulations, released in 2022
To her credit, Dr. Moseley has acquired an array of praises for her valiant contributions to Daddy’s Girl.
“The feedback on my chapter has been overwhelming,” Dr. Moseley said. “Both men and women have shared with me that they can relate to me and the relationship I had with my dad. Some readers that knew my father shared how they knew he was a great man. He was a U.S. Army Air Borne Ranger, singer, and a great cook. It was great to get the positive feedback from my family, friends, and tribe.”
More than anything, she just continues to make daddy proud in the process.
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