The Importance Of Poverty In My Beloved World By Sonia Sotomayor
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Every day we are challenged and faced with many struggles that we have to overcome in order to go about our every-day lives. In Sonia Sotomayor’s book she shows us how most of her childhood she was faced with new struggles every day, and how overcoming them helped her to be the person she is today. Being brought up in a poor society, Sonia had to make sure she kept on track, and had to make sure that she didn’t get caught up in the outside drama. Poverty has a huge impact on the way a person acts and builds a person’s character. How you face poverty and how you overcome it will let you do what you have to do to become a better and more successful person.
In "My Beloved World" by Sonia Sotomayor it talks about her life and her struggle. Her desire to be a judge was first inspired by the TV show Perry Mason. She always had a dream of becoming a chief justice in the U.S Senate. She always wanted to do something good with her life. She loved the way the prosecutor in the show was always saying how the judge had control if they wanted to prove someone guilty or innocent. She knew what she wanted to do, and she was willing to work hard and see where it took her. But growing up she came from a really dysfunctional family. Her dad was an alcoholic, she rarely saw her mother, and she grew up a diabetic. Most people at this point of life would give up and not worry about the future, and what the future could hold for some people. But Sonia didn’t give up and looked beyond her