Dream what you want, be what you want to be, because you only have one life and there's only one chance to do what you want.

You have enough happiness to make it sweet.

Difficulties to make them strong, sadness to make them human and hope enough to make you happy. 

The happiest people don't have the best things, they know how to make the best of the opportunities that arise in their ways. Happiness occurs to those who cry, to those who hurt themselves, to those who always seek and try, and to those who recognize the importance of people who go through their lives. 

But after a while, you learn the difference, the subtle difference between holding hands and tying a soul and finding out that love isn't just about being supported and that company isn't always about security.

You begin to learn that kisses are not contracts and gifts are not promises, you begin to accept defeats with your head raised and your eyes in front, with the grace of an adult and not with the sadness of a child.
Learn to build all your roads today, because tomorrow's terrain may be too uncertain for plans, and the future tends to fall into the middle of the gap. After a while you learn that the sun burns if it is exposed for a long time, you learn that no matter how much you care, some just don't care... And you agree that no matter how good a person is, it will hurt you from time to time and you have to forgive them for that. You learn that speech can relieve emotional pain.
Discover that it takes years to build trust and just seconds to destroy it, that you can do things in an instant that you can regret for the rest of your life. 

You find that true friends continue to grow even over long distances. But what matters is not what you have in life, but who you have in life.

With time you discover that the people you care about most in life are taken away from us very quickly, so we should always leave the people we love with loving words, maybe it's the last time we see them. 

You learn that circumstances and environments have an influence on us, but we are responsible for ourselves. You start to realize that you shouldn't compare yourself or the person next to you to others, yet there are people that take a long time to become the person they want to be and that time may not allow them to.
Sometimes you learn that it doesn't matter where you've already gotten to, but where you're going, but if you don't know where you're going, time will make you regret it. But you learn that you can control your actions, or they will control you, and that being flexible doesn't mean being weak or not having personality, because as delicate and fragile as the situation is, there are always two parts.

You learn that heroes are the people who did what had to be done, facing the consequences. You learn that patience requires a lot of practice. You learn that maturity has more to do with the types of experiences you've had and what you've learned from them.

You learn that there are more dreams in you than you think, that a child is never told that dreams are nonsense, few things are so humiliating and it would be a tragedy if they believed that.

When you're upset you have the right to be angry, but that doesn't give you the right to be cruel. You're only doing this because someone doesn't love you the way you want, but know that there are still people who love us, but just don't know how to show or experience that feeling.

Over time, you learn that it is not always enough to be forgiven by someone, sometimes you have to learn to forgive yourself. You learn that with the same severity that you judge, you will be sentenced at some point. You learn that no matter how many pieces of your heart have broken, the world doesn't stop you from healing. You learn that time is not something that can go backwards.

So... Plant your garden and decorate your soul, instead of waiting for someone to bring you flowers. 

Never forget that you are truly strong and that you can go much further after thinking that you can't start over.

Life really has value and know that you have value in front of life.

© Author: Adriana En