You choose how you make a mark

I was at a supermarket counter last night when the counter attendant asked us if we were from South America. I replied by saying we were from Southeast Asia, particularly the Philippines. The counter attendant suddenly replied, “Imelda Marcos! And her famous shoes!” While there was simply nothing wrong with what she said nor how she said it, I was surprised by what she said next. “Well, she definitely placed the Philippines on the map.” That just confirmed what I always say when it comes to being popular. There are two ways to become famous: either you do good or just do the opposite. Either way, you’ll leave a mark. Not only will that affect how we leave a legacy in this world, but it will definitely influence how people will look at who and what you are. It’s your call

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