Time Travelled — 12 months

A letter from February 6th, 2021

Feb 6th, 2021 Feb 6th, 2022

Dear FutureMe,
Life is full of challenges and on our way to destiny are different obstacles but you must not quit because quitter have no place in history than they quit. Quitters never wins and winners never quit. It is cool to be vulnerable, to ask for help, to re strategize but NEVER QUIT. All that are beautiful today are not just so, some have passed through what I called the refining fire which separate the failures from the success.

Born without hands and legs is already a disadvantage in an already biased world where people judge you based on your physical inability without considering you inner abilities. At a stage of my life, everything becomes meaningless and hopeless but my mother won't let go of me. Her love was overwhelming that I found quitting as the greatest damage I will be doing her so I summon courage to fight daily till I achieve success and made my story known to the world. Here I am today, the rest is a story "I won" so you can win and you will. "I fought my way into destiny by seeing physical limitations as a potential to achieve great in life"

I might not be the perfect example of what you are passing through, you might not have a mother figure who won't give up on you like me, you may have been abandon by all but thrust me "I won't abandon you because I was born because of you just the same way you were born to inspire others", I will stand with you all through your journey to destiny, so gather your strength and work on your weaknesses, you are stronger than the strongest weakness because you gave it the definition "strongest". Define your own perspective and never allow anyone to define life for you because they might define it in life with your weaknesses because that's all they could see but within you lies power, nations and strength. Go for your dream, never quit, never stop improving yourself and the world will surely celebrate you soonest. See in soon in the glorious future.


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