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...ound was horrible and disgusting because not all part of Africa were like that. I was lucky to be born in Africa. I had experience and the knowledge of the beautiful countries and scenery. I took on to myself and to expose the true beauty of African to them. Those kids that bullied me became my friends because I could not blame them for what society taught them.
In conclusion, the events that happened in my life at an early age made me the man I have become today. At a young age I learned how to handle situation on my own and became a man at a young age. Being raise by mom showed me and sweet and caring side to my personalities. Not having my father in my early childhood made me realize that a father figure is everywhere around me. Togo taught me about being a responsible, humble, and being grateful. While America has taught me about pain and how to overcome it.
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