Akbar Qadeer

This is a story about when I was in Standard 8 (Grade 10), and there was a regional face painting competition, but since I didn’t attend school for the previous 5 days being ill, I wasn’t prepared for it. My class teacher at that time motivated me and we arranged to get paint colors and other things to participate. She told me to “stop at nothing” and make sure that I gave my best. Despite being ill and lacking the resources, I was still able to secure 2nd position. This event in my life often motivates me when I feel down. Gladly everything went great, and it has been a story for encouragement and a “stop at nothing move” for me, since then.

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