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Julius Blue my father is the most influential figure in my life Everyday my father shares with me his knowledge with not only school but the world in general At times while talking to my father I feel as if I was Plato being taught by Socrates Dad repeatedly shares with me the story of how he moved away from home During early adulthood my father had a dream dads dream was to move away from McColl SC to the city At the time of this dream my dad had neither money nor education However my fathers current situation did not hinder his plan of moving away The thought of a better life for his future family kept my dads dream alive In McColl schools were low performing and a substantial amount of jobs were leaving and going overseas After obtaining his last paycheck of 100 dollars my dad left McColl and moved to Charlotte NC Even though my dad didnt move too far away from his town he had know family or any knowledge of the Charlotte area My dads motivation of bettering not only himself but his family in general has always impressed me Constantly dad discusses with me the importance of a college education from his experience of not having one You never know what you can do until you try was once a sign hung over my bed given by my father No matter what my dreams were my father pushed me to always do my best Ive always embraced my dads courage and faith in me by attempting to excel at everything I do The most biggest influence my dad had on me was his way with people My father works as a behavior specialist for close to twenty years Working as a behavior specialist he interacts with people and our able to sympathize and interact with people of all kinds Dads lesson of how to treat people the
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