Explain your biggest regret — as though to a small child.
Photographers, artists, poets: show us CHILDLIKE.
Taking a small new notebook, I passed it to the little girl.
She smiled and eagerly turn open the pages as I started to talk to her.
You can start whenever you feel like doing so.
Every single day of your lovely life…
What you like and what you love
What you dislike and what you hate
Who you love and who are your allies
Who you hate and who you are your enemies
Why you cry
Why you laugh
When you’re up in the sky
When you’re down in the dumps
How you lived it through your day
When you’re ready to read the old back pages, go ahead.
The words that you called fate.
Read it through again and again.
Spend some time to reflect on the happiness and pain.
But, by the time you read your past, you’ve already grown.
Bit by bit.
To either be someone you love or someone you hate.
For the better or for the worse.
A minute not to waste, but, to ponder over a few matters.
Like your enemies turning into friends.
That when you fell, you had yourself bandaged up and walked on.
Your tears of happiness and sadness shared with those you care for.
The worst of all those years were nothing compared to where you are and where you’ll be.
It’s okay to make mistakes.
It’s okay to have your heart broken, your soul torn, your physical and mental selves to be lost for a while.
But, never forget where you’ve been, where you’re from, who have stood beside you all these time.
Some day, you will be someone else’s faith, strength and love.
For my biggest regret is not to have this advice to be taught to me the same way I’m hoping you’d hold dearly to.