REFLECTIONS AT THIRTY-YEARS-YOUNG Written by Diane N. Tran
Never hold grudges. There is nothing in this world worth wasting your time and energy by always being angry and resentful. Shout, scream, have a temper tantrum, break a dish or two, let it go, and move on. You'll feel better for it.
Every day, wake up and fight. Some days, you win. Other days, you lose. But be thankful you tried and gave it your all because tomorrow is another day, another fight.
I have never felt love, true love, that type of love written about, sung about, bemoaned about, and oh-so coveted by everyone attached to flowers, chocolates, and a Hallmark card. I have never had a boyfriend, I have never had sex, I have never been kissed, I have never found that type of love that's said to be so special and so rare, and yet I am a romantic and I do sincerely believe it's out there, somewhere, but I've come to the conclusion that it may not be for me and that I may never achieve it. If you find it, truly found it, cherish it, fight for it, and never belittle it. Be worthy of this love because there are those who will not experience it and those who cannot experience it. Just like me.