This short story is about the lesson of endurance, despite our imperfections. Written in a first person perspective, the author tells a little bit about himself, along with an experience in his life he hopes others will learn from. The lesson? We win some and we lose some, but we can’t let our failures define us. Those who fail will be led to success. For the author, Jimmy Carter played a role in helping him realize this himself.
I really enjoyed this short story. At first, I was a bit confused where it was headed, but it was definitely worth the final lesson. I enjoy how I Don’t Hate Jimmy Carter was written in a very proper and informative way. I love how it was short, sweet, and to the point. I would recommend this to people who would like to learn how to let go of their mistakes or people who just like a story with a nice moral.