My Greatest Influence

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People are always coming into my life whether it’s for a season or for a life time. When they come sometimes they leave a great impact on my life and I never forget them and I am thankful for that. For me this one person came into my life and changed it for the better. She was my teacher at church. She taught me that no matter how many times I got knocked down in life I can always get back up. When I moved to Texas I was about 14 years old. I did not have any family or friends. I was alone. Then the next year my parents got a divorce and my world as I knew it started to crash down. Family members started to turn on each other, my sister and brother weren’t talking to each other and I had no one to lean on. A couple of months went by and we started going to different churches to find one to join. The last one we visited just stuck to me and made me want to come back. It was like every one there was happy and they were all like family. Nobody was a stranger or friendless. I told my family that we just had to join. It was the best decision of my life. After we got settled into the church I started going to this class were they taught young women how to face day to day issues while still acting in a Christ like manner. The teacher was a wonderful women and she just had the spirit so that you could come and talk to her about anything. She would call and check up on me and come to my house and visit me. Anytime that I was feeling like I just could not make it anymore she would tell me and demand me to go on. Once again things started to get bad at home. My brother started doing and selling drugs and my sister never came home anymore. I started to fail school and it felt like I could not go on anymore. My Teacher came over and told me something s that if you look at her you would have never thought she has been through. She told me that every time someone has told her she can not she proved them wrong. When someone tried to stop her from accomplishing her goals...
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