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￭ Epistle of a millennial
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2016-01-05 | |
They say that when you read a book the last page marks an end,
However in the real life every end is a sign of a new beginning
So don’t grieve I tell myself.
I’ve got all the reasons to smile now:
My family grows,
I proved myself that I can become all that I want,
I am in a place right now of a steadily content and continuous improvement,
I can hear my intuition speak if I can only stay silent
And embrace whatever life brings;
I learned to accept the change.
I’ve got all the reasons to smile now for I have caring friends.
My childhood was not perfect, but was great.
My parents weren’t maybe the family type
But within time they proved to be excellent teachers without their consent.
I learned to forgive myself and allow myself to make mistakes.
I learned to love myself.
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