The vacations are over, and now it is time to go back to school. I got away with some decent grades, but I have my work cut out for me in the final weeks of the semester. My trip to Orlando was quite interesting. It was the first time I traveled alone to the famous park: Disney world. I saw families having fun and kids crying for more fun. I walk the 100 dollar a day park in amazed fashion, for I never thought I would miss that band of kids I use to travel with in past times. I, however, did meet people for I am very social and enjoyed every moment. I would like to say that I did meet someone that awakened me to a defect I have overlooked with great abstinence. How can we talk the talk if we can’t walk the walk? I surely will be more attentive to my actions from this interesting experience. I’m glad this new friend opened my eyes to see the hypocrisy in me. Life is full of surprises, like I tell my friends. I guess my lottery ticket was the Saturday afternoon conversation I had. Humility is the touchstone of success, and when you can bow down to the truth great things will manifest. This was the greatest part of my whole entire trip. Thank you my Orlando friend, you may have stopped me from making a terrible mistake.
May your dream come alive in 2014
By Tyrone Garcia Author of the book ‘Soap that doesn’t clean” available on amazon.com