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For a seventh grader living in California the decision she makes aids those people in such a way that they understand the errors they have made and helps them change those faults At the beginning of the story Akeelah had said You know that feeling that no matter what you do you do not fit in Akeelah and the Bee well throughout the story she is finding new ways to fit in Also in the process she helps others find out who they really are in life The quote We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us and as we let our own light shine we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same Akeelah and the Bee is shown a lot in this amazing movie Without the help of Akeelah her friends and family would of never had altered and would have remained the way they were throughout their lives All she had to do was spell at home with friends and at spelling bees In the movie Akeelah and the Bee Akeelah changed the lives of many people such as Dr Larabee Dylan Chu and her mother which resulted in them becoming improved individualsThe first person that Akeelah had an impact on was Dr Joshua Larabee Dr Larabee was Akeelahs friend coach and played a father role in part of her life At first he only saw her potential to be a great spelling He thought with some hard work she could be triumphant in the Scripps National Spelling Bee SNSB Akeelah eventually found out that Dr Larabee used to have a wife and a sweet daughter named Denise Finding out that his daughter had gotten sick and died and his wife had moved away changed her interpretation on him She then gave him the confidence to be a happier person In the process of learning all these things Akeelah and Dr Larabee become closer than
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