Minor Issues: What kind of legacy will you leave behind?

My mother-in-law modelled to her children the virtues of resilience, sacrifice and love: the perfect ingredients for a good family. ST ILLUSTRATION: CEL GULAPA
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SINGAPORE - My mother-in-law, C, died at the age of 74 recently, after going through several types of cancer over more than two decades.

My wife and I were expecting our first child when C was first diagnosed with cancer. It was to be her first grandchild.

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