Lola showed me this letter. This was 14 years ago. I am really fond of writing letters and poems for people way back then. I miss the selfless and sweet girl I used to be. Well I guess, losing the greatest things about you as a child is a part of growing up. I should try bringing back the old me. (too much realization in just one morning)
Do you even wonder who among your friends really care about you? Do you wonder who among them would stay by your side when you have nothing to offer? Do you wonder who among these people will remain true and who are fake? Because I do. I do wonder who are the real friends and who are not.
This was my classmate and friend Red. I was so overwhelmed when I read this. This was the nicest thing people have ever told me. It is really overwhelming when people tell you they’re praying for you. For me, it means they truly care for you. We people, pray and ask God for lots of things, but to think that people include you in their prayers, it’s amazing. It’s like they’re praying for your complete happiness, including the happiness of your soul.
I am hoping for a great friendship with this guy. May God Bless him always.
This is what I want you to remember: The past can’t hurt you as much as it did before unless you keep holding on it until now.
It is not about yesterday anymore, it is about today. It is about what awaits in the future. If you keep holding on the things that hurt you, it would just prevent you from healing. It will slowly break you until you’re in pieces again. What you are now is a product of your past. Accept what happened before, you may look back but don’t dare bring it all back, for the past is meant to be in the past. If you really want to fly, then let go of the heavy weights that keeping you down. Keep moving and accept the past, it may hurt for a while but eventually, you’ll be fine. You’ll be fine and you’ll be happy.
What others see in you doesn’t define you. It doesn’t define what kind of person you are or what kind of person you will become. Don’t let anyone label you. Don’t let those judgments control you from what you want to do. You know who you are, what you can do and what is your purpose. Knowing yourself better than anyone else is what matters the most. Always remember that.
The wrong thing about her is that she always seeks for something special. And when she figured out that there’s nothing special about that thing or person, she loses the interest..
We want people to understand us,
yet we distance ourselves to them.
We want someone to love us,
yet we refuse to give in.
We want people to stay in our lives,
but we don’t let them in.
We are demanding beings,
afraid of taking risks.
Live your life. Live it the way you want it to be. Don’t let someone or something stops you from doing whatever you want to do. You were given a life because you deserve to. God has given you a chance to see this world because he wants you to be happy. And don’t let anyone take that happiness to you. Feel free, it is your life. Laugh hard like no one’s watching. Dance in the rain and sing out your heart. Cry all the pain, if you can’t take it anymore. Show everyone your flaws and don’t be ashamed of it. Take your life as an opportunity and do what makes you happy. Do it in your own way. Define your life in your own meaning. Stop thinking what others may say or think about you. Live your life like there is no tomorrow. Worry less and be happy. Just be happy..
Last Wednesday one of my teenager relative committed suicide. He hung himself to death. I was so shocked when I heard about it. I feel sad for him and I know it is painful for his family. He is just 19 and he’s too young to decide something like that. Whatever his problem was, maybe he can’t take it anymore, but I don’t think death will always be the solution. I just don’t know. I feel really sad right now. It feels sad to think that people commit suicide because they have troubles. I just thought that when we die, we die happy because we already accomplished our purposes in this world, not because we are sad and we have problems. But wherever he is right now, I know he will be happy, eventually.
May he rest in peace. May he find the light.
My companion every night. (a book by Ransom Riggs)