I may have to share this with my youth group kids…and my teenage kids in our religious education programs…& my own teenagers…I already shared it on facebook.
I found it very powerful & honest. It makes me wonder what she went through in her life to put some of the pieces together in just that way.
It’s brilliant really & you must read it through to the very end & I would recommend that you follow her blog if you don’t already.
1. Hard work will not always equate to success. You can put up a good fight and still lose. There are just some things that, for whatever reason, we have to carry with us.
2. There will probably come a day when you want to study something that has (seemingly) no future benefit. Study it anyway. There will probably come a day when you want to be with someone who you know won’t last forever. Love them anyway. There will probably come a day when you want to leave something, or someone, and instead of looking for a reason, you should let that wanting be enough. Go anyway.
3. You shouldn’t ever assume to know the truth about someone. Addiction doesn’t always look like a drug-addled homeless person on the street, mental illness isn’t always apparent, pain does not always read across a person’s demeanor. Don’t judge people on the…
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