It all began July 13, 1952 when my younger brother Stan Robinson was born. It was a time when the physically and mentally challenged were shunned and set up for failure. He didn't fail, he wasn't shunned. He became a pioneer in the Fulton County Georgia School system - he has been working since he was sixteen years old in the public sector.
He believes he can therefore he does. He never sees failure; he sees success in everything he does. He has taught me that to have tried is to have succeeded and to have not tried is to have failed. He continues to inspire me to succeed as a published author, to continue to fly even though the wind is not always at my back. He has helped me to accomplish things I never believed possible. His story of success can be found in "Dream Catcher, Failure was Never An Option." He is indeed my hero.
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