Filipino Nannies Changed The Life of This Malaysian Heiress And Now She Sends Filipino Children To School!

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The story of Shirley Maya Tan, a Malaysian heiress, was featured in one of the articles published by Inquirer. net. Shirley's extraordinary story inspired many netizens.

In an interview with the Inquirer, Shirley shared how her journey started with the help of the people who played major roles in her life including her Filipino nannies. The 47-year old Malaysian is now a community builder in Enchanted Farm in Angat, Bulacan. Shirley is also a writer and a blogger whose life was changed because of the people around her.

Shirley shared that she was once a 'spoiled brat' who only cares for her luxurious living. She even shared that she is lazy, so blogging about her experiences helped her to improve her interests. According to her, her problems include having difficulties in choosing what car to buy, (Porsche or Ferrari) without realizing "how the other half lived".

Because of an advice which was given to her by her Tibetan Buddhist teacher Tsem Rinpoche, Shirley learned the most important lesson that changed her entire life. This guru helped her change her ways and see the things that she has not yet seen.

“I realized: I had everything but I was the poorest person in the world, because all I had was money. I didn’t have anything else,” Shirley said.

Filipino Nannies Changed The Life of This Malaysian Heiress And Now She Sends Filipino Children To School!

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