My story begins as far as my childhood. But to say the truth I won’t go that far. I have lived life for the sake of entertaining life. I did everything to go to the next level. As far as I was concerned every experience was a connection to the next and it was not my business to care to much. I finished high school and it was another duty to me and I got to the university and began my studies. I chose a course and did my undergraduate and it was another new thing to do.
All this was a performance for the sake of life and in the long I expected that life would pay me back. I chose teaching and it all seemed funny the thought that I would teach and influence a soul. It just didn’t feel like my thing. Soon I had to prove that I had been studying and I could practice. So I looked for a school in a little town so that I could carry out one new little thing just like I was doing all my life. When I got to the school I realized these learners didn’t need me they needed a miracle.
. My little efforts were met by a big field. I could no longer do it anymore. I met students full of beauty, potential and despair in my new field. I remembered what it was like to have people give up on me. I tried my best to take a step back but each time I took it they moved closer soon I was in a big field full of opportunity and trust. I could no longer carry my little and give it I wanted to do my best. To prove these children wrong that people out there care that we know how hard it could be. I therefore took my little effort and turned it around and made it an effort to remember. I never knew how important it was to do something for a mission.
Writing these today I know my little influence, influenced a person because I know I took my little and taught my best. There people out there without a dream, a hope or even a person to believe in them. I had a dream but never used it for any good but I met a few people with a little effort that made life work for the season. I met my miracle without a hope to find it but instead it found me in those kids.
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