Growing up/being raised in a bad neighborhood/place isn't an excuse for you to be a complete mess in life. Sure it can be to some effect, but there comes a point where you have to mature/grow up as a person/individual.
A lot of people who've had a twisted beginning find some success or places to get their lives changed and put straight, those who don't end up getting sent to jail or killed like the dude who's claimed in this thread to be Badr Hari's friend. Some find it in God/"religion" like I did, some in music, some just find a good woman, others go and get some proper post-graduate education and so on. The options are out there for a lot of people to change, it's up to them to seek it.
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Last edited by edwin; 12-03-2012 at 03:06 PM.