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I Met the Strongest Person in the World

He never needed help

Photo by Charisse Kenion on Unsplash

“Okay, so we’re all here because of our hard work and of course, the help that we’ve received. And, that’s the message that we want to convey to our students. We’re here to help and at times, you’ll need help.”

That statement seemed simple enough. Hard work leads to success, but no one does it alone. I didn’t think anything of it, as I…




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Jayson Kristopher

Jayson Kristopher

Essays, creative non-fiction, and reflections. I’ll try fiction when I grow an imagination. For easy access:

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