The Memory Keeper’s Daughter has much reminded me of how someday in our life, we’ll make that one important decision that will change most of the things. it’s like you wake up in one morning and find out that you now have to do the things you never thought you would do before. it’s like yes it’s true that we never know what will happen 5; 10; or 20 years later. today we may imagine a story of how our life will be in the future, a plot that’s full of emotion, happiness, imagining a small house surrounded by flowers that feels like home, a family. but what actually will happen later? i don’t know, you don’t know, nobody actually knows, not even your parents; those who are more likely to tell you what to do and what not to do today.
after all, we have to always remember that how hard life knocks you down, everything will be alright. all the ups and downs of life, it’s something natural. that somehow people will look at you as though you’re one person from nowhere being nobody having nothing, then the other day you show them that you’ve got the power that they haven’t. another day you may find out that you are not as good as what you always feel, the hopelessness, the feeling of insecure, inferior. but everything will still be alright, and that’s what’s important.
and yes, Paul; I feel you. that we’ve got that one sister we always want to protect. I feel you.