Besides my parents’ love and affection andmy basic needs, Education has been my top priority. It has been so important to me since no one in my family has graduated from the high school. My family is middle-class and typical. We all have been through so many ups and down in our life. So many people tried to drag us down and even my own relatives thought I couldn’t any progress in my life. I was never hopeless.
My tireless effort and encouragement from my family members, friends, and my followers helped me to focus on my goals and careers. My ultimate goal is to graduate from school with good scores and be a doctor which have been my only dream career. I am blessed to have a good family and friends who always encouraged me but most of the credits go to my respected mom who has been struggling day and night in a hope that her dream would come true. She is in the hope that his son will something that she couldn’t do in her life.
Her struggle has been an inspiration for me. My mom had a difficult life. My mom spent twenty years of hard life in Bhutan- one of the smallest country in southern Asia. She used to live in a small village with rare schools. My mom’s parents had conservative thoughts about their daughters and they believed in superstitions.
At the age of going school, she had to work in fields, raise sheep and collect firewood to cook food. That was her daily responsibility. After then, she had to marry at the age of fifteen with my dad. There were no laws regarding child marriage and child labor. During 1990, a political movement started in Bhutan for the human rights. The conflict rises between ‘Lhotshampas’-a group of Nepali-speaking Bhutanese people and Bhutanese government. My family and all my relatives had to left the country forcefully and settle down in Nepal as a refugee. My mom’s responsibility increases after our birth in a camp.
My grandfather was diagnosed with blood cancer. My parents spent their lif…