Code Of Honor!

What you live makes you! Not all those easy times that you had it so good that it was so good to you and easy, those don’t make you stronger , but those hard times that you lived through and shined, they make you stronger! Its in the mist of the battle that gives you strength! Its a Code of honor because it is how strong you are that either makes you or brakes you! This part that makes you stronger, so that you can deal with situations is a code of honor! Because you should value your strengths and count your strengths and know what you are good in as well as know your weaknesses! So those hard times that you lived through are a blessing that either killed you or made you stronger!

It was about the second grade of school, I was on my way home,I got off the buss and walked up to the front door of the white house , the house that I lived in with my parents! there was a note on the door telling me to go down to the neighbors, my Aunts place! I latter learned that my mother had took off and then latter they got a divorce! My mother with call, send letters and books and gifts so it is not like she completely deserted me. I spend a lot of my time down to my grandmothers, I walked down there every day! My grandmother sort of took my mothers place and with take care of me, so I was very close to her and another one of my aunts with take me places all over New Hampshire on the weekends with my cousins! So I was very close to my grandmother Just before I started High school I learned that they had said that she had cancer! well they killed her in the hospital! They just cut and poisoned her to pieces! That’s what hospitals Do! They kill people! There is no way on earth that I would forget this! I sometime after this in my life started studying health! I had a few other influences People that were into Healthy living!

Although My grandmother and grandfather and father are all passed away now, they live on in my memories! I owe all to them and my mother for how strong I am today! I honor my relatives and there ancestors! All I Am is a gift from them that I have today! They have made me stronger, they have giving me this strength a code of Honor Not a pieces of paper , not a medal but a strength!