To: The 90s "KID"
To: the 90s "kid"
You are no more a kid. Yes, you're no more a kid. You have lived for 27 years - you graduated from university, you have been focussing on work for 5-6 years, and now you go into another stage of your life.
You have also learned some important lessons in life.
You might have distance away from some friends, but it's okay - you understand that only the real friends who understand and support you matters. You might have several relationships, and you haven't keep in touch with most of them (most of the ex-es), but it's okay - you understand you have to let people go in order to meet the one who meant to be in your life. You might have lost an important people in your life, but it's okay - as the pain helps you grow and now you understand how important it is to treasure every moment as it only happens once in your life. You might have made some mistakes or you hurt people, but it's okay - now you know how to avoid doing it again and most importantly, you now have the power to forgive as you understand the intentions of other people when they did something wrong.
I do not regret what I've done in this 27 years. I am thankful for a happy childhood. I am thankful I've met a lot of amazing people in my life. They make me - "me". Apart from experiences you have gained in the past; just remember, that who you are today, it’s not who you have to be tomorrow.
The most important thing I've learned in these 27 years. And how about you?
Start now by asking yourself: “What’s the one thing I can do today to be a better person?”
Ask yourself the same question tomorrow. And the day after that. And so forth.
Photographer : Edmond Ho
Outfits : Vintage Collection