LOOK: 35-Year-Old Utility Worker, Now A Would-Be Lawyer!

Most of us have heard of a number of inspiring stories through the years. However, no matter how many of such stories we hear, we will always feel amazed whenever we hear one.

Well, here’s a story that will definitely inspire you.

Three days ago, the results of last year’s Philippine Bar Examinations have been released. One of the passers and would-be lawyers is Ramil Comendador. He is a 35-year-old election assistant who started working as a utility worker in the head office of the Commission on Election (COMELEC). As he strived every single day in order to make ends meet, he pursued his dreams of studying law in Unibersidad De Manila with the hopes of giving his family a better life.

All his hard work and sacrifices paid off in the end as he passed the critical and make-or-break examination on his first take. Indeed, Ramil is a model of dedication and the epitome of perseverance. May his story remind us all that with will and determination, we can achieve our dreams.

Did you also feel inspired by the story of Ramil? Tell us in the comments!


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