Turning impossibilities into possibilities (8)

 CHANGE YOUR ATTITUDE: A black American named Marva Collins grew up in Atmore, Alabama at a time when segregation was the rule. Black people were not permitted to use the public library, and her schools had few books, and no indoor plumbing.  She became a great source of reference today because of the great impact she had on the educational reformation of the United States of America. Some of her awards include: The Jefferson Award for Benefiting the Disadvantaged, The Humanitarian Award for Excellence, Legendary Women of the World Award, Many honorary doctoral degrees from universities such as, Amherst, Dartmouth, Notre Dame, and Clark University, The prestigious National Humanities Medal from President Bush in 2004. This is just to mention a few of Ms Collins achievements as a result of her changed attitude. It is possible if you can change your attitude.



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