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Dear Eric LeGrand Not everyone could relate their own life story to the books they read but the books could create inspirations and valuable lessons Your book Believetaught me a lifelong lesson that I assumed I already knew Once you commit to something you commit to it 100 percent Right from the start I thought it meant to never have pangs and focus on the journey but not the destination After reading your book I changed my point of view To me this quote actually means to only focus on one goal until you accomplish it Dont give up effortlessly if you dedicate to it because a commitment isnt supposed to be inoperative While reading it was like an endless adventure because I felt like I was right there with you when all the events occurred In general your story affected tremendous amount of peoples lives including mine I learned to always look on the definite side because there will always be hope if you believe As I read and read I realized how powerful a mother could be Ms LeGrand not once give up when everybody else thought the situation was irresolvable She was there for you every step of the way and your responsibility became her responsibility again There is no mother in this world who doesnt love or care about their child Last winter I got a horrific fever and my mother didnt eat and was unable of sleep till I got betterit encouraged me to be more obedient and appreciate my mother moremy mother as your mother showed me that it is a pleasant feeling to help and be there for the ones in need In addition the memoir established me to be thankful for what I have and who I am Never compare yourself to anyone because there is only one copy of you in this
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