Dear best friends,
thank you for being the joy in these days of university. I am truly grateful for your support, advice and jokes, because without every single one of you, I think I will lose my mind here. Although I often shows impatience and sometimes being inconsiderate, I will try being nicer , just like you guys.
I hope we can somehow find the rhythm between us and resonate soundly. And for the future I hope we find our own ways and pursue it happily and enjoyably.
I can’t address a letter to each one of you right now, but I really appreciate your presence. I feel really lucky to be among you guys. It’s a blessing that I found friends that not only supportive but also shameless.
To You, my old friend
I really appreciate you trying to involve me in your agenda, inviting me to your birthday . I hope you do better and better. I love seeing the posts of your travel. I think youth like yours are satisfying. I do not like this youth I have now. It’s full of hard work that I don’t enjoy. But the purpose of this letter is not for me moaning. This is for you.
So maybe if you feel down or alone, although I am not good with this, these words can comfort you.
You are wonderful, I admires your dedication to things you like and how you do creative works back in high school days. Scrapbooking , Yoga, going abroad, reading and travelling a lot, and taking extra Chemistry course and taking me along because damn chemistry is so hard back then. Maybe there will be a point where you didn’t think those things are too little to be admired. Maybe there will be moments where you feel lost. I cannot give wonderful advice, but when you feel lost, go talk with someone. Do not be me and open up too late. I lost a lot of things in high school life because I was too afraid. And that’s one of my biggest regret until now.