Journey to the Past


Dear Young One,

You are kind. You are smart. You are different. Do not let anyone tell you otherwise. You are God’s child. You were made in his image. Do not let anyone tell you otherwise. You might fail along the way but just remember failure leads to success. I know it hurts to fail and you just want to cry and scream but it is ok. Go ahead and cry because when that time comes, once you reach success you will look back at your failures and laugh. Just remember you are loved and you are not abandoned.

You are not an orphan. God loves you. He is there for you. You are not cursed. Nobody is ever cursed. Everyone is born with some kind of luck. Do not let fear cripple you.  Remember that fear is an emotion. It is all in the mind. Be strong and face your fear. Trust me once you face your fear, you will see that there was nothing to it.  Just thank God that you made it safe. You ask yourself why was I scared in the first place? Once you face your fear, you will be happy and free.

One more thing young one never ever give up on love. Love is what keeps you strong. Be love and happy. Just live a happy, peace life. Do not let little things bother you or give you stress. Do not over think things. It will give you a headache. Trust me I know. Ok young one I said what I had to say.

P.S. Do not throw away this letter. Keep it as a reminder of what you are and what I told you. Keep it close to you always. Love you young one. Kisses.

This is the letter I would give to my younger self if I had a time machine. I would tell myself to read it after I leave and keep it close. First my young self would probably think who is this person and why is she giving me this letter. Then young self would wonder what does the letter say. Then young self would probably open it. Unfortunately, I do not have a time machine but the things that I wrote I would tell my daughter or my son.  Hope my kids would take my words of wisdom into consideration.

Now I have questions for you readers. If it was possible to go back in time to your younger self, what would you say? Would you say almost the same things or would it be different? Anything you regret? Anything you would change? Think about it.  Would you share theses words of wisdom with your daughter, son, grandson, or granddaughter?


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