Reasons for Laps in My Studies
Reasons for Laps in My Studies

Reasons for Laps in My Studies

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Born and brought up in Austin, life was not as fulfilling as of any other child in the environs. My parents were heroes to me though, always sacrificing to have their family live happily and all of their children learned. Schooling I could and did in the earlier days before miseries set in to disrupt my commitment and desire for education. It had been my ambition and lessons from my parents that only education could make the world a better place, and so to me. That was the driving force, the desire to add into the world a difference of value, the world of my family, my life, and all those that needed me after school.

Unfortunately, all the dreams shut when circumstances forced me to leave school to be the breadwinner to our family. Terrible floods had swept and destroyed all we had as a family. Our house, the essential and basic property, means of transportation and serene environment to take shelter was all gone during the demolition. Sadly, also, the floodR

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17;s anger left my father a cripple, who did not only become incapacitated to provide for the family, but also called for immense attention towards his health condition. Later, dad died. This happened as we tried to make a temporal shelter for ourselves.

The only way to pay our parents is through care, attention, and appreciation. I had neither the option nor energy to proceed with my studies in the face of all these havoc. That was when I decided to pose my schooling, and took courage and hope that one day light would shine once more. I secured a job in Austin City, from which I supported my family. Later after job, I would assist my brother in the remaining chores, in the very shelter we took. Today, things have got better and I feel the urge to proceed with my education in this school.
I request you to grant me an opportunity to allow me continue chasing my dreams that had long been lost, and whose achievement would mean a new and better life to many.

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