Dream Job

Location

90606
United States
33° 58' 20.2188" N, 118° 4' 16.6728" W

According to statistics I never had the chance to make it out of my city.

There was no way to break the cycle of poverty.

Everyday the days got darker and I started growing up.

My best friend got pregnant and my brother died.

Who knew a 16 year old could be surronded by so much hatred, disgust, evil, and sin.

Who knew that a 16 year old could know how fast a 16 year old could fall in love so fast and the same love burn even quicker.

I ask myself everyday how does one want to stay in this cycle of poverty, and series of unfortunate events.

But as Maya Angelou said ' I will rise' I refuse to be a statistic.

My life has been a nightmare and my career is going to be my wake up call.

I want to be able to say I made it.

I want to be the first one in my family to graduate college without being in debut.

I want to teach my natives to follow your dreams because even though the price tag is heavy now the hell of not following your dreams is much worse, there is nothing worse than regret.

My dream career will be to change the world and bring truth back to advertising.

I want to make the world better before money,power, and greed took over.

What ever I do in life I want to get back to the basics.

Imagine world peace, no secrets in the government, and there is no one going hungry.

The crime rate is low and graduation rates are high.

All I know is that I WILL change the WORLD!

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