Past, Present and Future: What Your Past Lives Tell You about Yourself. David Wells by David Wells
An Open Letter To My Past, Present, And Future Self
Let me just start off my saying how proud I am of you for staying strong even during the toughest moments. You overcame so many obstacles that only you knew about, therefore doing it all by yourself. You never gave up on your dreams no matter what anybody had to say about them. I know you were not always the happiest, but you always knew something brighter was coming your way. Please, whatever you do, ignore what everybody is telling you and be confident in yourself no matter what you are doing. This is the most importing thing I wish I could have done in the past.
I think all of us are facing problems in our respective lives and we should not be surprised with that. Life wouldn't be called " life" if it's not complicated in the first place. You need to embrace the idea that happiness and problems are both part of this world we live in. We should learn how to adjust because we are the ones who will suffer if we will not embrace it! By the way, thank you for this article with so much clarity.
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You're 16 now and you think you have finally figured out who you are, but in all honesty you haven't. You were 11 when you were first told your boobs weren't big enough, you weren't pretty enough and you weren't enough.
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My Life Past Present & Future
At the age of 13 I was brought to New York City and I was forced to learn a new culture, language and customs. I was taught to be independent and work hard. No good for nothing! I hate you! These are the things that I heard on a daily basis growing up. There was never a dull moment in my house. Despite all of that, I have persevered.
It was, to me, full of platitudes. You should probably write a line of two about how you intend on bringing about that "change"? What can you bring to the table that others havent even thought of? Other than this I thought the ideas were all over the place. You should start off with "what you are doing right now" then go into "what you want to do" and "why do you want to do it".