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Dr. Bayo Omolola

ENG 101 Index # 1287

10 October 2014

15 Minutes Drive

Life can surprise you often with astonishing and aspiring lessons. Recently my casual evening drive turned out to be my life's best incident, when I unexpectedly encountered this man. This man, an African American, probably in his 40's, with raggedy dress came towards me. Initially, I stopped my car with a little bit of curiosity.

As he approached near to me, my default setting hardwired in my brain triggered an alarm for safety. Thus, I scrolled my window just enough to be able to talk to him. He came close to my car and asked if I can give him a ride. He s...

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