Sun.Star Pampanga - - PERSPECTIVE! -


Hard work, pos­i­tive think­ing and such will en­able one over­come poverty. Poverty is a form of suc­cess. Suc­cess­ful at be­ing poverty bound is why so many peo­ple are suc­cess­ful at mis­un­der­stand­ing why the sit­u­a­tion still ex­ists. There is no boundary to suc­cess be­cause we are all suc­cess­ful at what we do.

If you want to be a suc­cess­ful hin­drance to poverty, suc­ceed at un­der­stand­ing how a change in the com­pre­hen­sion of re­al­ity helps. Though a lower eco­nomic stan­dard may hin­der suc­cess do not fret. Ce­line Dion, Abra­ham Lin­coln, Nelson Man­dela were poor and so was our own Ramil Com­men­dador, an ex-jan­i­tor, who dreamt of be­com­ing a lawyer, now, he is, and even Manny Pac­quiao, whose not known to any­one be­fore, but now, aside from be­ing a boxer ,he’s now a fa­mous Se­na­tor. And to­day they are well known sim­ply be­cause they stood the test of time.

I re­mem­bered that peo­ple say­ing rich are get­ting richer and the poor poorer be­cause the poor al­ways give up, they do not like to work at all. Bone crush­ing poverty can make suc­ceed­ing at most any­thing in life very dif­fi­cult; see what hap­pen to those who were put in jail? , Some sim­ply used their sit­u­a­tion as poor person, tak­ing ad­van­tage of oth­ers, but there is one form of suc­cess that can­not be hin­dered by poverty and that is where hap­pi­ness is con­cerned.

Many sto­ries about peo­ple who were poor but worked and gave it their all, even­tu­ally they be­came suc­cess­ful. Their sto­ries in­spire us and give us hope that we can reach any goal and over­come any ob­sta­cle in life no mat­ter how great it is. Many suc­cess­ful peo­ple do not fit the stereo­types of the wealthy.

Re­mem­ber that what you think to­day is what you get to­mor­row. HARD WORK AND WE CAN DO IT. — oOo— The au­thor is from Pam­panga High School

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