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She didn’t do everything she wanted to do. She didn’t become everything she wanted to be. But because she aimed for the stars, she reached the top of the world.
Rough life has been easy for this tough young lady having her family and friends and lived the life God has commanded.

Life offered her great opportunities from her childhood until her last day. I can still remember the first time she stood in front of a big crowd asking for votes and leaving a promise. As she became a student council, there are people who questioned her leadership. But this tough teen proved them that they were wrong by leading well and making a difference. Despite of all the mocked downs, hatred etc.. she stood proud, stayed strong and learned to love her mistakes.

As a college student, she became the girl of determination. She gave her 100% on whatever she did thinking, “what if this is the last time?”. I can say this is the time when name build up and started to pursue her biggest dream, which is to travel the world. She was truly an adventure-seeker; always excited to be on the road or in a plane, jump off the cliff and climb up the highest mountain.

Name, being a Christ-centered person, served God for years. She started spreading the good news by being a parish lector since 2012. Her faith in God was shown several times not only during her triumphs but also in her victories.

Of all her achievements and failures, she would like to be remembered as the girl, who has walked through the 196 countries in the world, a woman who touched the heart of many people and a lady who carved history for her leadership. In short, a great traveler, a loving servant and a true leader.

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