Friday, January 25, 2013

There is still Hope

Her father works as a security guard- a job he has clung onto for over a decade. Her mother is barely literate- a woman who’s personal horizons end at the walls of her home. She is a Certified Public Accountant, working for one of the “Big Four” Public Auditing Firms. Her younger sister is doing a Masters in Science in the United States- she went there on a full-scholarship.
Her’s is the kind of story that gives us hope. The kind of story that reminds us that with hard work and a supportive family, you can open almost all doors.

A Drabble is a story told in exactly 100 words.

Tomorrow marks the 63rd Anniversary of the day on which India proclaimed herself a Republic. Though there is a lot that is wrong in the country, stories like this give me Hope.


Chuck said...

That is very hopeful Natasha.

Shaharizan Perez said...

Hope is a waking dream. ;D

There is always hope and I am happy to see that for this young girl, her family makes that "hope," a reality. :D

Anonymous said...

Natasha - It is so important to have these stories of hope and what it can do. Thanks for sharing this one.

Hart Johnson said...

Oh, girl education is SO important. I love the stories of hope.


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