When I turned 14, I wanted to have 17 candles on my cake. When I had my sweet 17, I wanted to have the freedom of a 21 years old. And then I turned 21. They said its the last birthday year that you would probably looking forward to because the rest is just going to be the same candles and cake rituals.
20- I've lost and I've gained. I've lost one thing that for the longest time (I thought) really matter in my life. But I've gained the one thing I am passionate and had been dreaming of doing.
20- I've learned that life is a mystery and that time is the only way to unfold the stories.
20- I've witnessed that 'Dreams do come true' is not just a Disney quote. However, it comes with sacrifice, persistence and hard work.
20- I've met and learned different types of people in this world. One that is truly inspiring. One that is truly kind. And One that is truly not worth my time.
20- I've learned that the word 'unlove' should not be underlined red when I type it on my computer because some people act on it. For me, I don't think that you can 'unlove' somebody. You can dislike or go separate way. You can change your mind not wanting to have them for the rest of your life... but you can't unlove them. Thus, keep your attitude right toward them and be nice.
20- I've discovered so much possibilities in this world that can make you happy. So be happy.
20- I've watched this on-going movie called life. The funny (or ironic) part is.... Okay I am going to put it this way: sometimes you watch a love story over and over again with a changing cast. And everytime it always gets you but you can always tell where the plot goes because you were one of the cast, once.
20- I've learned that when it comes to the heart, its really hard to make a decision, even the most logical one.
20- I've learned that it does not matter what you do in life, good or bad things, people will talk about you. And since you can't control their mind, so I'll say take any chance and just go with it.
20- I've learned to appreciate these things; the people who always believe in you & the beauty of life.
I tried to list all of the things I have learned or experienced at 20, but it takes a while. I still have a lot to be listed down, but hmm I'll stop ranting. What I wanna say is that hey! I am (in fact) only half of some of my friends' age... and when I blew the 21 candles on my cake... it gave me goosebumps of stepping to the coming years... and to unfold the rest of the mystery of life.
Thank you Jesus for an amazing 21 years old. Let's begin another adventure, shall we?