The older I get, the more negativity I hear. The more I learn, the lonelier I feel. It is as if growing up was designed to make the days longer and the fears stronger. Growing up makes us busy, stressed, and bitter. We lose that childhood smile and the big bright eyes from the summer we spent up at the cottage. We become worried, unfocused and lost in routine. Life becomes work and kids; there is no more hope, no more happiness, only struggle, pain and long overdue tears. We ask where the laughter went, but we simply forget to remember to smile. We cry and wish for a friend to lift us up.. I am that friend. Here is my hand. Now that you have it, will you remember to live?
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What to Expect
A member of my audience should expect an emotional and inspiring atmosphere full of knowledge and positive light. They should feel drawn to my words and will feel determined to analyze their lifestyle and search deeper within themselves for a better person. They will receive undeniable care and appreciation for their struggle and will be made to know that they are not alone, but always the one to steer their life in the right direction. Upon viewing my presence, the member will rethink and fight to become who they have always wanted to be. It is never too late and giving up does not have to be an option, no matter how old you get.
Hello! My name is Yom. I know- it isn't exactly as original as I want it to be. However, I do admit that I myself am!
Being 19, I have witnessed the many who have formed wild thoughts about us wild teens and our wild party lives. Let’s be honest.
How old is 19 really? Old enough to be responsible, but way too young to do it alone. No one should do it alone. Instead of love and support from those wiser than ourselves, we receive resentment and anger. We are made to believe we are problems before we even develop the knowledge to solve them. As a young woman from two different cultures, I stand for us young ones. I use my voice for a more uplifting world. I believe that as children and young adults, we still have the ability to change this world. We are full of life and brightness and we control the majority of the moods on Earth. Unfortunately, we have given up. We have lost the knowledge on the struggle that our parents almost never survived and we have become comfortable in not changing. Can we be blamed by society or can we blame our society?
What if a parent decided to give their child nothing but knowledge... how much change could come from that? How about if instead of talking about sex, money and fame, they instead allowed children to indulge on information on how to be generous, giving, calm and successful. What if they decided to truly see what their children wanted, rather than what they believed was best for them? How do you create success? You create a dream. How do you create a dream? You break through the walls of people telling you that you will never make it, that you could not. How can that be done when the one holding you down the most, is the one who brought you here?
We need our parents, our families and our friends to realize how important it is to come together and simply support each other for no other reason than just to be together, to show each other the best of our abilities. Children cannot be blamed for what they were not taught, but we can still be inspired. We are still waiting for motivation, the green light to become ourselves without fear of judgement. We are not mindless by choice, many of us have lost hope when really the only thing we truly lost... was support.
We are the future, we just need a little faith.
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