I love growing up. We become wiser and some… wiser than others. But becoming wiser is nice. We’ve learn from our mistakes and blush while looking back at our past. Some good blushing, some not so good. Like the time when I got lead in my High school musical but then again, there are times like when I thought I was SO STYLISH! When I wore a flowery tank over my white long sleeve button up… Hey, in my defense it look like a vest and I thought I was going to be a trend… lol.
Ever since I entered college, I was trying to figure out who I was and what do I stand for. I and like everyone else, went through ALOT of UPs and DOWNs. But I figure that no matter how bad it may seem right now, there is always a lesson to be learned and that will be the positive in this negative.
As unbelievable as this sound… I don’t regret anything that I’ve done, even if they were terrible choices. Because those choices that I decided to make back then, were choices that I WANTED to do; choices that I believe would had made me happy. And some did lead me on a happy path… temporary. But some just left me in the gutter. Overall, each choice was a learning experience and another precious piece of wisdom that I’ve acquired over my many years of living and many more to go!
So far I’ve only figured out a bit of who I am and who I want to be.
I’m a person who can’t stand for injustice. I will speak my mind and be blatantly honest. I am optimistic and will ALWAYS believe that “What goes around, comes around”. I give with my whole heart and expect the same in return. I honestly do believe that EVERYONE is good. Even if it’s 0.00000001% because that’s better than nothing. This all might sound so idealistic but is it such a terrible thing to have high expatiation for the fellow man? To just love thy neighbor?
Princess Diana sums up everything I hope we as human beings can one day be.
“Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you.”