One year ago, I paid tribute to one of the most wonderful women I have met and today, as she celebrates twenty years of success through sweat and tears, hard work and perseverance, I am reblogging that post. #janiceregis
Tribute is the fifth track on the album with the same name composed by Yanni, a famous greek composer and pianist in 1997. The album was written to honor the builders of Taj(an Indian Mausoleum), the Forbidden City (a Chinese Imperial palace) and the people of India and China.
But, my story with this amazing piece is different: it pays tribute to one woman who made a big difference in my childhood and teenage.
Whenever I listen to Tribute, it brings me back to mygraduation day and all of the amazing memories I had during my high school years. Whenever I think about my high school years, I remember my teachers, myself at that time and my unique school principal: Janice Regis. That woman saved me from the highest cliff of my life and I am eternally grateful to her for that. In the very moment I needed an anchor, she…
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