A Strong Lesson: Auma Obama: How I earned a ride in ‘The Beast’

27 years AGO, Auma Obama picked her brother Barack from the Airport in Kenya when he traveled home to visit his paternal family. She drove him home in her "old Volkswagen" car. They went home together, and he happily slept in her room on a "tight camp bed". That was what she had then, and she happily shared all she had with her brother. She did not mind that he probably came from America with nothing.
A Strong Lesson: Auma Obama: How I earned a ride in ‘The Beast’
A Strong Lesson: Auma Obama: How I earned a ride in ‘The Beast’
27 years AFTER, he returned home few days ago. He arrived at the same Airport, and his sister was there again to meet him. This time around, he lifted her in the most technologically sophisticated car in the world known as the BEAST. He arrived home this time, not as the ordinary Barack who had to hang around the airport about 4 hours waiting for his sister, but as the most powerful and most influential and most important political figure in the world.

Never ever underestimate, downplay, overlook or dismiss any human being. Treat people with love, respect and dignity. Do not mind whether they have it or not. You never know .....
A Strong Lesson: Auma Obama: How I earned a ride in ‘The Beast’
A Strong Lesson: Auma Obama: How I earned a ride in ‘The Beast’
Auma is happy and proud of her brother today because she was there for him when she and no one else saw or knew his future. She deserves to enjoy all there is. After all, she was there with and for him down the line.


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