S05 E21: “How to Live Well Past 100 Years”: The Story of Mother Lucille Shazier with Mary L. Beal

Mary L. Beal (author) and centenarian Mother Lucille D. Shazier joined the show to talk about Beal’s book How to Live Well Past 100 Years – a book about Mother Lucille’s life.

Beal has been intrigued, amazed, fascinated, and stunned by the wisdom, strength, and tenacity of mature women. Their lives and experiences span the gamut of obstacles, triumphs, successes, and “ups and downs.” Born to Georgia sharecroppers, Mother Lucille D. Shazier’s life epitomizes, exemplifies, and summarizes this profound truth through tales Beal and Mother Shazier, who joined us halfway through the programme, shared on the show.

Book link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09RSB5XKQ/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1


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