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Liz Murray Sister | You might say Liz Murray didn't know any better. Having grown up in ...

Liz Murray Sister | You might say Liz Murray didn't know any better. Having grown up in ...

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Liz Murray: 'My parents were desperate drug addicts. I'm a Harvard graduate' | US news | The Guardian

Liz Murray: 'My parents were desperate drug addicts. I'm a Harvard graduate' | US news | The Guardian

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Your potential in this world is timeless! Liz Murray - For the Love of Possibility (TEDxYouth)

Your potential in this world is timeless! Liz Murray - For the Love of Possibility (TEDxYouth)

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Liz Murray:  Growing up with drug-addict parents, Liz Murray’s education soon suffered. But after a stint living on the streets as a teen, she turned her life around, resumed her studies – and secured a place at one of the world’s elite universities

Liz Murray: Growing up with drug-addict parents, Liz Murray’s education soon suffered. But after a stint living on the streets as a teen, she turned her life around, resumed her studies – and secured a place at one of the world’s elite universities

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“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/

“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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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

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

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