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Books, Children, and College: GMB Akash Like This Page May 5 Edited I never told my children what my job was. I never wanted them to feel ashamed because of me When my youngest daughter asked me what I did, I used to tell her hesitantly that I was a labourer Before I went back home every day, I used to take bath in public toilets so they did not get any hint of the work I was doing. I wanted to send my daughters to school, to educate them. I wanted them to stand in front of people with dignity. I never wanted anyone to look down upon them like how everyone did to me. People always humiliated me. I invested every penny of my earnings for my daughters' education. I never bought a new shirt, instead used the money for buying books for them. Respect, which is all I wanted them to earn for me. I was a cleaner. The day before the last date of my daughter's college admission, I could not manage to get her admission fees. I could not work that day I was sitting beside the rubbish, trying hard to hide my tears. All my coworkers were looking at me but no one came to speak to me I had failed and felt heartbroken. I had no idea how to face my daughter who would ask me about the admission fees once I got back home. I am born poor. I believed nothing good can happen to a poor person. After work all the cleaners came to me, sat beside and asked if I considered them as brothers Before I could answer, they handed me their one day's income. When I tried to refuse everyone; they confronted by saying, We will starve today if needed but our daughter has to go to college.'I couldn't reply them. That day I did not take a shower, I went back to my house like a cleaner. My daughter is going to finish her University very soon. Three of them do not let me go to work anymore She has a part time job and three of them do tuition. But often she takes me to my working place Feed all my coworkers along with me. They laugh and ask her why she feeds them so often. My daughter told them, All of you starved for me that day so l can become what I am today, pray for me that I can feed you all, every day Now a days l don't feel like I am a poor man. Whoever has such children, how can he be poor! Idris GMB E3 AKASH <p>Father&rsquo;s will to educate his daughters (xpost from get motivated) via /r/wholesomememes <a href="http://ift.tt/2s170mr">http://ift.tt/2s170mr</a></p>

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Crackhead, Drinking, and Family: melinatedwinter: elsworth-thundermonkey: spaceghostanu: himteckerjam: abbellimento: trufflebootybuttercream: resignedshark: gladyoureg0ne: brandom82: gladyoureg0ne: brandom82: I smoke about a gram of meth a day. Have all my teeth with no cavities. I don’t steal except from corporations. I am on time, eat a lot, good blood pressure, etc. Tweaker stereotype broken. Only thing is I sleep only about 20-30 @ hours a week People like this need to be more publicized. I’m so fucking sick of the tweaker stigma. It is all about how you chose to treat your body while under the influence. And not all tweakers are sociopathic manipulative thieves. Tweakers are human beings with a heart soul and conscience. Give em a chance before you kick em down for personal choice. I promise a few of em will surprise the shit out of you. Exactly and the negative stigma it has in the eyes of society prevents me from being truly honest with friends and family. And I bet if I told my friends some would look at me totally different even though nothing changed That’s exactly what happened to me. I had been a daily user for 2 years never missed bills, never late for work, maintained healthy living habits. Until my girlfriend found a pipe. And suddenly I’m a completely different person than I was before. My whole family will barely look at me now. I lost half my friends. It so ridiculous how demonized we are for making a personal lifestyle choice that obviously never effected them. This. My health has actually improved since I’ve been using because I’ve been making a conscious effort to take care of myself. Since I’ve started using I’ve quit drinking, gotten myself to a healthy weight, starting getting my life together and I actually take time to make myself look presentable before leaving the house. There was a big rumor going around my friends circle about me using before I started, and now that I’ve been using for a year, everyone is convinced that it was a lie. I agree about the nasty stigma though… Most of my anxiety now a days comes from worrying someone’s going to find out. Wow y'all really out here promoting recreational meth use I was convinced this was satire until I read a few more comments.lol “Tweaker stigma”. You dont avoid being messy forever. EXACTLYYYYY I WAS READING THIS CRACKHEAD BULLSHIT LIKE  👆🏾😂😂😂this is the face i made when i read this bullshit lmfaoooo 
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