This question is about the article "She was paralyzed by gun fire as a child in Dorchester. Now she's graduating from high school"
It shows how Harriot was only able to prosper because he did not hold a grudge and decided to leave what happened to her in the past.
The article shows how Harriott was hit by a bullet that shattered her spine and left her with no movement from the chest down. Although Harriott's lack of movement made her a difficult life, she was able to overcome it, thrive in life and even forgive the man responsible for the shooting. This relationship between Harriott and the man who shot her was put in the text to show that one of the major factors in Harriott's prosperity was forgiveness and a lack of grudge, which left her mind free to pursue her own dreams.
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