posted on Apr, 7 2010 @ 10:02 AM
reply to post by Curio
See, you are an example of what I am talking about...a success story. Many have never heard the phrase. "The harder you work, the luckier you
You, and me, and thousands of others are here and working hard and trying to have a life, and doing fine...my life is not perfect...no one's is. But
look at all the opportunities around us.
I know immigrants that just 5 - 10 years ago had nothing...right off the boat..literally. Now they have homes, businesses, have kids in school...they
work hard, enjoy life, are active in their communities... they did it. Some are hispanic, some are asian...they are all Americans now.
To those struggling... does your community college offer night classes? Can you work an extra job..part-time? Maybe cut sdome grass, or clean an
apartment or home...maybe change oil...detailing work?
Ya know, I was a grocery store mngr...started part-time bagging and cleaning restrooms...anyway, when I left the store, I would go and work part time
as a stable hand...scooping horse poop, cleaning pastures, and feeding horses...mon-fri.
My point is...no job is too hard or demeaning...work is work and money is money.
By the way, it's not all aboput the money... we give back to our community, do missions work here and abroad, donate time-food-money-even firewood to
those needy in our area.
Enjoy all of the opportunities here in America.