Like all good mothers, Odilia, worries for her children. She yearns for them to have a better life. Her greatest hope is that they are able to get a good education. She sees education as their path out of poverty.
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It can be easy to look at others and judge them, to sometimes think less of them, or […]
The lives of those residing in Honduras, vary in many ways from those living in the United States and other first world countries, but there are some aspects of life that cross all cultural boundaries.
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Despite facing many of the same struggles as others living in poverty, Miriam remains hopeful–despite there being little hope for a better future.
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Fortunately, Daisy’s two youngest children are both able to attend school and are doing well. For them, the hope is still high and the fears Daisy has for Angel, have not yet set in for the youngest two.
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Mirian would like to be a teacher when she grows up, but that will be impossible if she is unable to get an education. She is caught in an impossible dilemma–a great need for education to improve her life conditions, but no way to obtain it in the family’s current financial situation.
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Perhaps if and when she acquires regular employment, a bag of groceries will no longer spark such interest and excitement. Until then, that interest and excitement will likely be her lifeline.
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