Uprooted for a Better Life
When people uproot themselves from their native country, they
often feel there is nowhere
they can call their home.
However, moving from place to place generates the best possible life for
some people. It is the best solution that leads to a better quality of
life for an individual who has difficult living conditions. People in
every country have their own opinions about leaving family and birth
place behind. In my experience, uprooting myself has been invaluable in
creating the best possible life for me and my family.
Leaving my hometown and going to the capital city of
few years of working and saving some money, I started running my own
business as a professional auto mechanic and auto body repairman. Then,
my financial problems were solved, and most of the difficult situations
that I had before changed. I could eat any food I liked and could wear
anything I wanted. At this point, I was able to start helping my family.
Because of my support, my family had better circumstances than
other people who lived in my hometown. My younger brother and sister
started going to school instead of struggling with agriculture. Leaving
my roots behind laid the foundation for my life. It not only created the
best life for me, but it also dramatically improved my familyís
Unlike me, most of my friends who didnít want to move from
their hometown lived a hard life. They didnít understand that leaving
their village might present the only opportunity to get out of poverty.
Later on, some of them depended on their families and others relied on
people outside their families to survive. Instead of staying in one
place and suffering from financial problems, moving out of bad
circumstances would have been a better choice for these individuals.
Several years after leaving my hometown, I decided to leave my
country. I came to the
In general, while I still feel rooted in my family and culture,
leaving them has brought about a whole new life for me and, ultimately,
for my family. If I had stayed in my birth place with my family, I would be
just another person who continued to live in poverty in an arid
agricultural village. Now, I am happy about my lifestyle and am able to
help others who donít have enough money to survive. Leaving my roots
behind has resulted in a more productive life. Having experienced
success in my career has increased my confidence and given me genuine
strength. I believe that success will come to people who have the
courage to uproot themselves and move out of bad circumstances to find