December 14, 2012 ‐ By Alissa Henry
Do unto others as others have done unto you (and, please, don’t pretend no one has ever helped you).In the history of “The Struggle Bus” there have been many passengers. The great thing about life, however, is that you never know what a day may bring. One day, you’re still in the struggle, working hard to get your foot in the door, trying to make ends meet, hoping someone will return your call and then one day, something pans out and “voila!” you’re off the bus. So-called regular Joes hit it big in their own personal lottery of life every day by securing their dream job, getting that byline in a national magazine, finally being promoted or some other career success they’ve worked hard to achieve.
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