CALIFORNIA—The generational story of My Mother’s Mirror reconciles roots with personal experience to shape identity and aspirations. The writing of it in two perspectives—mine and my mom’s—was an [...]
Hello, I’m Sabrina
AUTHOR – BLOGGER – SPEAKER
Offering empowering perspectives to develop a strong sense of identity, personal responsibility, compassion, and respect towards oneself and others.
MY FIRST BOOK
MY MOTHER’S MIRROR
My Mother’s Mirror is a collection of tumultuous true stories entangled in identity crisis, relationships, motherhood, parenting, and adolescence. A memoir-style book that shifts from a daughter’s perspective to her mother’s tells a generational story of acquiring principles to cultivate oneself with grit, purpose, and integrity to find personal power and fulfillment.
“Learning something meaningful, bonding over it, and spreading the knowledge can generate a flight of change. With introspection, courage, and grit, you can be that domino and influence a movement. My mother is the domino that moves me to model her character and work as she does, in tribute to truth seeking and justice via her passions. She always says, “Sabrina, my daughter, is my inspiration: She is not only my master but my masterpiece.” My mother, too, has been and will always be mine.”
FOSTERING CHANGE THROUGH MY WORDS
Pursuing an active role in my community has been instilled in me since I was little. My blog posts have enabled me to express myself freely, through styling words and crafting pieces about subjects I’m passionate about. I aim to spread tolerance, respect and compassion while discussing human rights, student issues, and global affairs. In each piece, I tie together various themes and connect past to present to better the future.
FOSTERING PROGRESS THROUGH MY PROJECTS
My projects have enabled me to develop my character through compassionate acts toward my community and beyond. Through these projects, I’ve developed my passion for human rights through my heritage and roots, various missions, and a diverse exposure to cultures.