Changing the World One Person At A Time

Scholarship Entrant: Tameka from Fairfield, California
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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Happiness is not always measure by what we have or what we do. Many times I have found happiness in the person that I am. I love to help others in areas of their lives that seem like an ending but in reality with the right tools is a new beginning. The right tools in this case are information and how to apply that information along with support. Simply reminding people that we are beautiful the way we are and what we posses inside can help another person. We all have certain expectations but what happens when those expectations are transformed into thought. To make a difference in this world means to make a difference in a person life who occupies this world. As people evolve into a mindset of helping one another from a mindset of “to each his own”, then the world and the views of the world begin to change. I have a goal to create a curriculum that can be taught to children from early childhood throughout adolescence. The thought process of a child can lead us to an unimaginable success within our homes, schools, communities, churches and government. Tearing down the walls of limitation in a child’s mind gives that knowledge a place to expand. In doing this we start to fill the mind with hope and reality. This child will take that knowledge into adulthood apply it to life.

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