Can the city or location we live in, keep us from being a success?
Over the past week, I have seen young people come from one of the poorest school districts in the state of Pennsylvania. Yet, these students from Chester Upland School District, were invited to the White House to assist in gardening with the first lady, Michelle Obama. Chester High School's boys basketball team also obtained a major acheivement by winning eight championships, which has never been done in the history of the state. Whether we are privileged to be born in the suburbs or within the poorest city, we should never give up on our dreams to aspire to be the very best.
My answers is 50:50. Surely no one can stop you from dreaming and making it big but not everyone has all the time, money, and opportunity to travel to a new place and make it big there. There are people on both sides of the fence.
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