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On Saturday, February 16, Twitter user @akinsawyerr shared a video to make an important point about equality of opportunity.


Alongside a video of a middle-aged woman brilliantly juggling a soccer ball, Sawyerr wrote:

"Talent is evenly distributed, opportunity isn't."

The video made an impact on many Twitter users who realized the woman's skill was far beyond their own.




Though the talented baller may not have the resources to become a professional player, there's no doubting her talent.




If things had been different, she might have become a soccer star.



And yet, she's still capable of astounding feats!


Our goal in the world should be to ensure those with the ability to do great things are given the opportunity to prove themselves.

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