forget how much you cared. With best intentions, I show with a giving, caring, and forgiving heart. Even on my worst days, when students turn my life upside down, I give them the benefit
of the doubt. I offer them a clean slate the next day. In this day and age of technology, no one wants to sit in a classroom and interact with them or even mentor them. The many crises we experience daily in Nigeria, “lack of power supply, no good clean drinking water, militants, and terrorist are on the rampage killing and maiming adult and children, raping women. Daily Stealing of money meant to improve the economy by politicians and many government officials has affected the economy, made our community significantly disadvantaged of the right things of life. How can I make a change when am economically disadvantaged as do others in my community. If I ever want to make an impact in my place of work, mentoring my colleague living in the same community, it is through education, and that is what Walden University has given me but am faced with the possibility of not completing that education due to lack of finance to pay the required tuition fees. From dusk till dawn every day I wonder if I would ever get the chance or opportunity to effect the necessary change in my community. I desire to make a difference.
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