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STANDARD SELECTION: Mother's Day
Ramesh C. Reddy
Editors Note: Since Mother's Day falls in May, the Pittsburgh Standard went around Oakland asking students the most important lesson their mom taught them to be included in STANDARD SELECTION! I included my own response too!
Top 5 responses given by students to the question: 'What is the most important thing your mom taught you?'
The number 5 answer is:
"Treat people with respect!"
The number 4 answer is:
"The value of hard work because she did
not have much growing up and did not go to college so she inspired me to
make the best of my experience at the University of Pittsburgh."
The number 3 answer is:
"Not to worry too much about what other people think. If they don't like you it is their loss."
The number 2 answer is:
before I left the house, she would tell me to stay focused because of
all that was going around in the neighborhood, it was easy to get
distracted and follow the wrong crowd."
The number 1 answer is:
"Make Jesus Christ my Lord
and Personal Savior always giving Him first place in my life and
everything else will follow!"
Photos by Ramesh C.