Out of all the things in this world what has inspired you to be the person you are today?
So many things inspire me every day, but overall the most consistent are my two children and a telephone friend whose determination and support are my constant source of inspiration. I'm very grateful. Sandra Busby
surprisingly... my mistakes... my past mistakes drives me to aim for a good change. The pains and hurts of my unstable past brings me to realize that I have a choice to make, and that choice will determine what I will become in the future. It's either I slump down and degrade myself every minute, and with that, I am depriving myself of the countless of opportunities waiting for me. Or I choose to wipe away my tears, calm down the noise of my disturbed ego, silence the doubt, and stand up and do something that will make me better than I was... better than the person who took a misstep.
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