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Disappointment saved my Life

We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose finite hope — Martin Luther King Jr.

I looked up from the computer screen and saw disappointment in my mom’s eyes. My results made sure I wasn’t getting into my dream university. Although the dream was mine, it was equally hers.

I gave it my best shot. I had done all the right things. Studied the best I could, enrolled in extra classes…

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