My Family Education Research Paper

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Education is very important to me because of what my parents had to go through to give us a proper education. My father had to leave my mother and flee because Saddam Hussein was after him, his brother and nephew. My mother had had just given birth to my youngest older brother, Durgham, when my father had to flee. My parents eventually met up years later in Nashville Tn. My father had to work three jobs just to provide for my mother and my brothers.
Education is very important to me because of what my parents had to go through to give us a proper education. My mother sacrificed being able to see her parents, brothers, and sisters for over twenty years just for my brothers and I. My father had to leave his brothers and sisters, who he had to help provide for, and had to leave his wife, his two toddler’s, and newborn son in order to get away from Saddam, who wanted to capture and murder my father, and in order to find and prepare a good environment for my mother and brothers to live in.
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My father with his brother were moving state to state trying a find a state that they though would be suitable for their families. They went from Texas to Arizona to, Michigan, to Kentucky, and finally, Tennessee. My father and uncle found a house where they thought was perfect and leased it, that’s when my mother, brothers, aunt, and cousins came. We all lived under one roof, which was, my mother, my father, three of my brothers, my uncle, my uncle, three cousins and my older cousin. They stayed there until I was born that’s when every family had their own house. My family went through a lot of hardships for us to get to go to school and for us to become the best that we can be. They also taught us that just because you go through hardships that does not mean you are at a dead end, it just means you have to work harder for what you want and believe in. After years apart, my mother and father met up years

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