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Learning never StopsWhen I first come over in United States from east Africa age 17 then School was the last thing on my mind and did not even finish high school at time Every time I begin to tell this story to my younger siblings they think I am bluffing But it is true story I thought I was going to work work and be like the movie stars my brother one random day took me to local high school to register me I was visibly displeased with his action even though I do not usually contend my brother on things I openly questioned his intention and said why He looked my right in to my eyes furiously and said these exact words so you saying you will be dropout and will never finish even high school I was not sure what concern me the most his furious stare or to possibility of being high school dropout but I have responded the best response in my entire life and it was saying absolutely nothing registeredRegardless of my fear of new environment not wanting to go to school the dreams of making money like superstar I was pleasantly surprised to others around me with similar background work tirelessly toward academic excellence and planning to even to further their education by going college It did not take me long to leave the la la land I was in and keep in touch of reality I quickly redirected my goals not only am I finishing high school but was determined to go to college Once in college I continuously challenged and strived for excellence academically personally and my immediate surroundings I self financed my education upon graduating paid fifty percent of my student loan and financially supported family back home working fulltime The thing I am most proud of perhaps is that the influence I had over other people I
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