No matter what you think about the situation you're stay comparing with the one you most admirring, there's just a piece of paper between them. Fortune, status,fame and all those things just can be achieved only under you unmoveable faith.
Both of her parents were drug takers, her mother, schizophrenic, being blind and died of AIDS not long after, had been taken care of as the baby, but not converse. Misunderstood by her grandpa and forsaken by her papa, she was always living in the hopeless world of violence, ill-treating and spiritual disorder.
"Every getting-up," she said:" I watch everyone in the world on their faces, I feel they are sheltered that none could get through, it seems strange and sad but unchangeable."
Unexpectedly, she never lost her faith when confronting all those but sticking to schooling. After her mother was gone, she went to the private high school, for which she thought that she would be being further with the slight in-comes by doing washing dishes along with her algeorithm.
She did it and got chance to have a visit to Harvard, after which she made up her mind to try her best to become the one here and become a real new person that would be completely different foretothen.
As the successful stock broker Chris ever said:"If you have a dream, then protect it. Never let someone else to say that you can not." She went on and got the scholarship from the New York Times for paying the cost in college, for which she had been in her elder sisiter's overcoat and her worn-out inside during the interview.
For not sleeping and not quitting and not shrinking from the pain all around her, she never lost her aim under poverty and helpless, as brave as she could be, Liz Murry is the strongest girl in Harvard.http://bulaoge.com/topic.blg?dmn=vanillayard&tid=305766#Content