- Isaac Kyei Andoh, a young Ghanaian man has recounted an inspiring story about his childhood dream
- He revealed that, like his friends, he wanted to become really important in life but his dreams were deferred
- Isaac Kyei Andoh shared the story to inspire and urge people not to look down on others because they have better lives than them
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A young man identified as Isaac Kyei Andoh has recounted an inspiring story about his childhood dream of becoming a lawyer and how he and his friends deferred those dreams over time.
Kyei Andoh revealed that just like him, his friends had dreams and desired to become important personalities in life.
He wrote: "I wanted to be a lawyer, I had friends who wanted to be Doctors, I had friends who wanted to be Doctors, Pilots and what have you. We all had desires to be something really big in our estimation as kids.
Then in JHS, we started realising our strength, one by one we chose paths entering into secondary.
Aspiring doctors ended up as visual art students, some pilots opted do business and some didn't even make it to secondary school.
At secondary, most of the General Arts students thought they’d be journalists, lawyers and what have you, the Business students could see themselves replacing Despite, Sikkens and co and then the science students, even the worst of whom felt academically superior to all other courses students saw themselves becoming Doctors, Scientist and what not.
Then we completed SHS and here we all. We all started looking at the best way to find food than the most glamorous ways.
Some had support and so kept going, others had none of that and so had to figure their way around life.
5, 8, 10 years later you see an old school mate hustling and the only thing you could do was to pick up the phone, call other colleagues and tell them how miserable that fine girl back in school is today. You have a car, life has been good and so mates not in your class are the subjects of your long gossip
Life can be funny oo my friend, the way you will start does not determine how you’d end. Enjoy your good times, pray for your friends.
Be proud that despite all the challenges, they haven’t given up, encourage them to keep working.
Some richmen died poor, some poor men did rich, life can be funny.
In view of this, be magnanimous when celebrating your victory and dont use that as basis to look down on others.
We didn’t go to school to determine who’d be the richest in future, we went to learn how to figure our way around life. If selling water is what I found, allow me to find joy in that and keep earning my bread.
To the struggling mate, no need hiding when you see that school mate because of your struggles, tomorrow might change everything.
They won’t appreciate your victory if they don’t see your setbacks.
Every legal job that puts food on the table is a decent job."
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that at 14, Dorothy Jean Tillman, a brilliant young teenager who resides in Chicago, is already a graduate with two degrees to her credit.
Dorothy Jean Tillman received her bachelor's degree from Excelsior College which also graduated a 72-year-old that same day on July 13, 2018, when she was 12 years.
Prior to earning her bachelor’s degree, Tillman had already bagged an associate degree in psychology from the College of Lake County, in Grayslake, at age 10.
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