The aim for this book is to generate hope for children who are under similar circumstances by telling them that you can work your way out of any situations. But it requires extraordinary efforts to equalize with other lucky kids. I want my children also to know how I came about, and to let them know that failure and success does not discriminate between the rich and the poor. You may be from very rich and educated parents, but end up as the greatest failure in your generation if you don't work hard. You could be from illiterate and poor parents, but if you give up much of your leisure time, think strategically and critically, work hard, be generous and compassionate, pray to God, make prudent friendships, and remain hopeful, you will easily achieve what you want essentially. Equally, I do not want my kids to make pride of my sole achievements without their individual's contributions that's beyond mine. I found it ridiculous for children to talk about what their parents have achieved while they have so little to say about themselves and they efforts they make to do the same.
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Published April 13, 2013
Biographies & Memoirs.