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Quick disclaimer, 90 percent of the time I’m going to be off tangent and there are going to be no actual substance nor any invigorating profundity in this blog. I’m just a small kid in a dense population, trying to be greater than I am.

Funds. Cash. Finance. All that’s on my mind. I guess one of my greatest fears is being an average joe making an average joe pay. But fuck that, I am MADE TO BE GREATER. I keep telling myself that. I even have that shit posted on my wall so I can wake up to that every fucking morning LOL. Still, no motivation. But I think I speak on behalf of almost everyone, we all want to make our parents proud. How so? Being financially stable and allowing our parents to finally retire and relax for the remainder of their life. My mom wakes up at 4:45 AM, Monday through Friday. My dad works everyday during tax season, day & night. It’s really taxing and causes a great toll to their body. My parents hustled too hard to have this type of justification, they deserve better. But if I want them to live a better quality of life, I need to be successful. I am MADE TO BE GREATER. I’m almost 21 and I feel like my progression is minimal to none. 2.67 GPA, lack of priorities & responsibility, whack ass job, no hard work ethics. Smells like an average joe. But fuck that shit, I AM MADE TO BE GREATER. I really want to prove to myself that I am and WILL be successful. “The measure of a man’s real character is what he would do if he knew he never would be found out.” And that’s what I’m aiming for, succeed even if no one notices. Tou-fucking-che. So I know this one girl and her life/struggle straight up inspires me. 18 years old only and is supporting herself – (money, food, transportation, a roof over her head). I’m 20, and I ain’t even making moves like that. How is it that she can stand her own ground, maintain excellent grades, go through all the hardships in her life, and still be able to enjoy the perks of life? I really envy her. It’s simply a beautiful struggle. But I will persevere and make my family proud. And I vow that I’ll retire my parents before I turn 25. I PROMISE. Just gotta keep telling myself this…



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