Elizabeth Murray was born 1980, to drug addicted parents. At 15, this girl became roofless,r mother died of AIDS and father moved to a homeless shelter. She read encyclopedias, recovered from the public trash boxes. Driven by persistence and obsession for hard work, she never surrendered in her way finally she got listed in the Harvard University. Presently, Liz is an eminent inspirational speaker as director of a company, which empower grownups to make something innovative in their lives.
Meet the extraordinary Elizabeth “Liz” Murray. Her childhood was riddled with drugs, alcohol, and poverty. It’s the kind of childhood that corrupts and molds a problem citizen. Fortunately, she did not turn out like her parents. She strove to break the cycle of hopelessness that ran in their family for generations. "When you think of what you really want to create in this world, don't only think of yourself". Liz Murray http://thextraordinary.org/liz-murray
“One thing I know for sure: homeless person or business person, doctor or teacher, whatever your background may be, the same holds true for each of us: life takes on the meaning that you give it.”- Liz Murray http://www.strengthforsuccess.com/liz-murray-homeless-girl-to-harvard-graduate/
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