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    • #27895
      Mr Mike
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      How far to where you are born on the ladder affects where you end up on the ladder?
      What does this quote mean to you? Do you agree with this quote and why?

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      Eleni Ts.
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      I personally think, it does affect where you will end up but at the same time it does not. I belive it depends on the peson and how determined they are to move up the ‘ladder’. I beleive that at the age of 20 to the age of 50 everyone gets the chance to make big steps and take responisbility for their life and after that I think it is hard to change much about where you will end up. But at the end of the day everything is posssible and if someone really wants to move up that ‘ladder’ they eventually will succed, with determination and hard work.

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