The Importance Of My Life

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In my own life, this is where the tree begins. Under difficulties, I moved to the U.S from Haiti after experiencing the dreadful earthquake. As opposed to wealth, My family is from an impoverished neighborhood. My mom never attended college because of the lack supportment. It came to mind to the reason why I moved to the U.S and it was to make what I have always dreamed of come true. Growing up, I came across many obstacles, people who have tried apprise me on what I should be and do in the future, those who are trying to write my future. For me growing up was like a roller coaster without a seatbelt, where you have to hold on from falling no matter if life is rising or descending. Even though my parents did not have a true education, they knew what was best for me, what had to be done to put me through school and expand my dream. I remembered when I moved here with my Aunt, leaving my mom behind was one of the biggest change in my life. Yes, I was pessimistic, but I knew what she would have told being in the position that…show more content…
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