"I like nice things, but when I was younger, I used to go about getting them the wrong way. I thought material things would give me a better image, but that was just an illusion. I was still myself. Then I grew up, matured, and realized that material things didn't make me who I was. I knew I had to make some changes. There were a lot of obstacles, a lot of hills, a lot of mountains I had to climb. Sometimes my feet got tired, sometimes my knees got weak, but God never gave up on me. I kept my faith, and the hills began to get lower, the mountains shorter, and I knew that there was a light at the end of the tunnel for me."