"I've been running on, running on empty for way too many miles now"Mark Twain said that the two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why. I guess for years, I only know one, the day I was born.
Looking back ten years ago when my parents asked me what I wanted to be, I said I wanted to become a fashion stylist. Then my goal changed as I enter junior high, I said I wanted to be a programmer, thanks to my favorite computer teacher. But now, as you know, I'm a business student and I despise pascal or java script or linux or whatever language that I had to deal with some of my projects.
I didn't know where I'm going, what I'm suppose to do, and who I was born to be. Yet, unconsciously, these little things in life that I used to think as amusements turns out to be my life defining moments. Hence, I can now see how happy I was when I was living those moments.
"I tried to leave, but I turn back. On my heart remains a trace."
No matter how perfect you plan your life, there's always a chance of something going wrong. Some see this fact as a pessimistic statement, while some see this as a realistic. I don't know which one I am, but I know that to have a goal and living the moment in life is a step that I'll take.
PS: Look at how time flies; my baby brother is all grown up now.
Photographed by Bryant Prasadeva
Edited by Virginie Poetry
Quotes from "This Moment" - Nic Chagall