I just read a kid's journal.
His name is Tyler and he just recently died of an uncurable cancer. He really made me think about my life in a different perspective.
All this time, my whole life, I don't think I ever really appreciated the things that have happened to me and around me.
I never really appreciated my family and my friends. I think I've always taken them for granted. After reading the story that that boy wrote, it touched me.
It made me feel shallow and insensitive. Am I shallow and insenstive? I don't know but I hope not.
I think I need to start rethinking my priorities in life.
Tyler said that he doesn't(or didn't) regret anything in life. Except that there were things he simply just wanted to experience and didn't get a chance to.
Before I die, I don't want to wish on things that I hadn't done already.
I want wish for the people around me to just be happy.
I've realized after readig his story that I shouldn't take life for granted. And that I should be living my life to fullest.
Here's the link to his journal. Read it and see what heas to say. It touched me and plenty of other people. http://www.livejournal.com/users/ne
It's Heart Braking.