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Aini was 18 years old and was living in South Africa, she dreams of becoming a doctor, she was studying to be one when she recieved important news form her doctor. One night changed everything for her. at first she did not wrong. She was a unknown of the fact she has contracted HIV/AIDS. Her world turned upside down. Her family shunned her, her friends left her, she left her home because she had no one to talk to, not even him. She wanted to but could not.

Until she 19 she was living all alone in a poor home for kids, no one knew she was from a well respected and rich family. Her current state was, she was working in a factory which sews colthes for less the minimum wage, she lives of but is not enogh. She living with those who have AIDS or HIV-positve. Things are ok for her but not bad because she does get some medication but it is not enogh for her. The problem is she wants to study and become a lawyer despite the set backs. 2 years past. A REDCROSS team is near by and she had heard stories of how people get help there. She goes and is so happy. Her dream does come true though she is not too sick, people see her talent and and inspired, send her to the best law school in South Africa it is hard to believe but there are still good people out there with big hearts, with her talent and inspiration she won hearts all around her and was given many awards. She opened her firm called " Aini Hope law associates" at the age of 26. She recieved critisim, back turns, abandonment, but she dis not back down. She worked hard and her family came to her and her friends who saw that discrimination is a way to escape nothing, its no use. A happy moment was when she adopted two kids at the age of 30 when they were 13 and 14 at their age from the same place she worked at. Now after 20 years, her kids share her stories that she wote, her pictures and are writing a book on her and what work she has done. Sadly Aini Hope, died when she was 35 years old, her legacy remains in the hearts of her children and is still inspiring.

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Comment by Gabriel Martin on April 15, 2010 at 1:25am
Very powerful story!

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