They say you lose part of yourself when you get older. The part I believe to be most important, that childhood curiosity.
Sometimes in certain moments I'm taken away by the scenery, the sounds, the feelings. Sometimes when we close our eyes we can think back and feel an ounce of those memories.
Most memories that resonate with me are the ones that we're not to fond of. You learn to appreciate them all, the good, the bad and the ugly.
In each of those memories there are lessons, lessons that have powerful consequences. This existence we call life has to be the most cruel yet beautiful thing.
If there's one thing I've learned in the short time that I've lived is that people make this life worth living.
The people we love, the people we hate, the people we don't know, these people help shape our lives. As we look forward to the future, we must learn what we can from the past and let go.