What I’ve Learned


I’ve learned that it is okay to be lost, because at some point there will always be a way to get out. How do you know when that moment comes? What you have to know is that you need to be patient, and that you will know when the right moment comes.

I’ve learned that it is okay to be in the dark with no light around; that without light, it doesn’t mean that you can’t do anything about it. Anything is possible if you believe.

You can always start something new, and it is okay to move on because it can be good for you too.

I’ve learned that the smallest things matter, that the “ugly” things matter, that the “useless” things matter. For example, with art you can do anything. Art is not just painting and drawing, but you can also turn trash into treasure.

We all want to forget the bad memories and remember the good moments, but why is it so hard to remember the good but so easy to remember the bad.

I’ve learned that it is okay to let go of the things that are hurting you.

Don’t be scared of hurting something that hurt you first at the very beginning.

Don’t be scared of being out there, don’t be scared of living life. Every small moment matters.

You only live once: Your life matters and it’s a gift that we should all appreciate about.