"A ll that I am and all that I hope to be, I owe it to my mother", (Abraham Lincoln). I reflect on this profound quote as a narrative to my life. I believe I am the product of my mother immense belief. She has been the single biggest factor in my life and the reason I have come this far. I feel if it wasn't for my mothers perseverance I wouldn't have been successfull.

Everybody has different analogy and formula in achieving success. My understanding of success is a notion from my mom that if people approach you to imbibe your qualities that means you have made it. She always insisted that even through adversity always ensure to expand your intellect. I now comprehend how prudent this information is.

E ver since childhood, I remember having a vivid imagination. I used to get lost in imaginative stories in classroom. Books gave me an avenue to lose myself in the authors stories. I was always interested in reading about how to better myself.

It is a real piece of luck when your passion from childhood becomes your career, I have never, for a moment, lost the pleasure and stimulation of burying myself in a good book. At different stages in my life, books have meant different things to me. At moments they have opened up new horizons, at others they have been a huge support.


“We should not judge people by their peak of excellence; but by the distance they have traveled from the point where they started.” ― Henry Ward Beecher.