Ayiesha Lee Fajobi Interview 

Hi! My name is Ayiesha Lee Fajobi. I am 16 years old, and I am from Atlanta, Ga.

What inspires you everyday

My parents inspire me to have the a natural drive to want to be better than i was the day before and to try my best to be a productive person in society.  When I leave this earth I want to be remembered for something great so that pushes me to do my best.

What is something you would change about people in the world

If i could change anything about the people in today’s world it would be their actions towards others. Many people don’t realize the things we say and do affect other people and many comments come from pure ignorance and being under

How do you feel about people in the world

I feel like people in today’s world can be very insensitive at times and degrade people of all backgrounds which I feel is a horrible thing to do. People can be very inconsiderate of what other have going on and what goes on in our world.

What is something you’ve struggled with in life

i’ve struggled with finding trustworthy people to keep in my life

What is a positive message you would give others

don’t let you past hold you back from your future. learn to cope with past situations and move on but don’t let what happened in the past hinder your success in the future.

Last question if you could make a difference in the world how would you do that

i would start by showing people different perspectives on life so we can all make wiser decisions and not be so judge mental of others


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