A Tiny Key

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‘A Tiny Key’

By Katie Stabb

Clarke County Public Schools K-12

"My square symbolizes somethingsmall (like a key) overcomign something big, like a brick wall so you can reach your dreams. The rainbow behind the wall represents one's dreams. Overall, it means that something small can overcome something big, you just have to find it. Resilience to me is controlling the problem instead of letting it control you. If you keep searching for the answers to your problems, and you don't give up, you'll be able to solve them. Someone I think of as resilient is a man named Kirk Smith. He was diagnosed with lung cancer but that didn't stop him from being a triathlete. He even finished a 1/2 Ironman! Being able to adapt to what's around you is a kind of resilience. When an obstacle comes your way, you could think, "Oh Well..." and stop, or you could find a way around it and keep going."