An Ordinary Person - An Extraordinary Wave
Updated: Jan 24
"When I was a child, my father took me to his workplace often. I still do not know whether he was preparing me for the family business or just making sure I had food to eat, but I was taught from a young age that “big sharks” rule the world. Small fish—those who are different—are rarely allowed to grow and realize their dreams. Different people have often been treated “differently,” whether at their jobs, in clubs, or on the street. It is not only about race, religion, nationality, or political views but also about dreams, values, and moral principles. I have learned the hard way that there is no protection against such acts in life. However, this never stopped my father from following his dreams and becoming the man he is today. And like my father, I never let this stop me from chasing the good in the world."
One coin - Two sides, Chapter 2 "An Ordinary Person - An Extraordinary Wave"
To Be Continued