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The cross A symbolic representation of personal struggles pains insecurities and disabilities Jesus a man who grabbed his cross the cross of pain and suffering to save all mankind saying to all his disciples If anyone wishes to come after me he must deny himself and take up his cross and follow Me Mathew 1624 Jesus says to me to take up my cross a cross of rigorous studies for the benefit of others the children I so heartedly want to help teach and love Because of the sacrifice made by the greatest man of all time I am inspired to become a person that takes the little bit they have and change the world I thirst to change the world by acquiring every ounce of knowledge available to man and forging myself into a teacher that crucifies herself through sacrifice of time patience and energy to help the child whom the world has condemned solely for the lack of dollars in their pocket and parents by their side Without the words take up his cross and follow Me I would thirst nothing extraordinary I would be satisfied with average But Jesuss words of love and encouragement give me purpose purpose to fight for a life no ordinary man is willing to achieve a life of self-sacrifice for another a child so they that innocent being might have a fighting chance and do the same Change is an action verb an action verb that springs out of my heart like a fountain of joy I thirst to change the world because of a man who changed my world How am I suppose to complete with my teachers command In the same way let your light shine before others so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven Mathew 516 without a rigorous education an honors education An education that pushes me into a realm of
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