"I learned that I must accept people the way they are, just accept differences. I learned that it’s not “worthy” to expect from people, because most of the time you’ll get upset. I learned that I can’t trust everyone and that it’s not wrong to be scared or cry. I learned that you can’t treat every situation as a life-and-death matter, because you’ll die lots of times. I learned that a teacher doesn’t need to always be a teacher, but also a friend. I learned that things happen for a reason, even if most of the times you think it wasn’t meant to be. I learned that it’s not healthy to jump from head, risk everything you have inside of you, for someone or something, no matter how important one is for you. I learned that it’s normal to feel rotten, abysmal, dreadful and unseen when loosing someone you love, and that grieving is not a sin as I thought it was. I learned that when something bad happens, may not affect other people but yourself. That you can’t be ashamed forever, even though you feel mortified, one day you’ll have to let go and live your life. Because if you don’t, you’ll just be punishing yourself in the cruelest and painful way, and you’ll keep suffering until you decide to start over or continue your life. Just understand that you’re a human and make mistakes, like any other. I’m telling whom, because I don’t want people to end up like me, because I don’t wish this ending to anyone. All you have to do is admit your mistake, forgive yourself, and move on. I also learned that it’s worthless to get drunk if you’re sad, it doesn’t take you anywhere actually, trust me, I know. " (B. A.)
Esse é um trecho de um texto escrito por uma menina de 13 anos... Li, reli, li mais uma vez e concluí:
Ela já aprendeu mais da vida do que eu, com 31!