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April 18, 2016
A person's personal stories can have the ability to inspire other individuals to reach their goals.By doing so they tend to do certain things the same way as the other person does, because in their eyes that is the correct way to do it, they leave bad habits behind and try to find ways to better themselves not only for them but also for their family and friends. They want someone to be proud of what they have accomplished. An example of this could be a student who for many months has been struggling with math is finally able to comprehend the subject a little bit better. The emotion of excitement is running through their mind because all of the sleepless nights spent studying finally paid off. The first thing they will want to do is tell their family and friends about it because they were the ones who supported her the most. Giving her advice such as "Don't give up", "you can do it", or "I'm rooting for you". This will make a person's self esteem rise making them feel as if they are able to conquer the world.
Immigration is something that affects many of us in this country. Till this day there are 331,333 illegal immigrants living in the United States. There are thousands of people crossing the border daily to be able to give their family a better life than the life they lived. Wanting them to get a better education and a better job as well. Many people are unaware of the struggles illegal immigrants face because they're not in their shoes. Some people will say "why don't you just become legal?" We wish it was as easy as that, but sadly that's not the case. For a person to obtain legal residence they first have to go through a process that takes up to a couple of days, months, and even years. Many of us still face the disappointment of being criticized because of our legal status. We sometimes are unable to obtain medical benefits because of the lack of identification proof. This leads us to having to resort to medications that cost thousands of dollars. Being a daughter of illegal immigrants I have got to see their everyday struggles to be able to provide for our family. Struggles such as working in low paying jobs for long hours just to be able to put food on the table, judged because we don't speak the English language when we arrive. One time my mom and I were standing in line at the checkout and we happened to be speaking Spanish, the lady behind us heard that we weren't speaking English and immediately goes "speak English you are in America". At that point I was extremely mad because she had made me and my mom feel as if we were less than she was. It's sad to see that people are still unable to recognize that we are all the same regardless of skin color, nationality, or religion.