Wrong, or right? ❤

If you’re not making mistakes, then you’re not doing anything. I’m positive that a doer makes mistakes.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                           – John Wooden.


I’ve made a lot of mistakes in my not so long life. I’ve lied to the people that trusted me, I hurt the people that loved me, I ignored the people that wanted me, I avoided the people that needed me, expecting them to be there for me when I needed them. And surprisingly, they were there for me at all times, despite the things I did and the words I said. Of course not everyone, but I’m glad, because now I know the people who can love me at my best, and handle me at my worst.

I’ve got involved in a relationship, I made a lot of mistakes there, I got my heart broken, and broken again and I’m still healing. But I’m glad, ’cause now I know what kind of people this World has to offer.

My Dad has left us this year, I don’t know if it’s my fault, but even if it is, I’m glad because now I know what a wonderful strong person my mother is, supporting me and my brother all on her own.

I’ve been ignorant to some of my duties, and I’ve learnt that there are consequences to everything, and unless you’re prepared, don’t go that way. I’m more responsible now.

I’ve grown a lot this year, and I’ve become a better person than I was last year.

I’m a better daughter, a better sister, a better friend, a better student, and hopefully I’ll be a better girlfriend sometime soon.

I’ve become more mature and more independent now, and I can answer for my own mistakes.

So don’t let a couple of mistakes affect you, because, two wrongs always, always make a right.  ❤




8 thoughts on “Wrong, or right? ❤

  1. Jenny says:

    Can I just say that I love you? You are brave for writing this. Everyone’s made mistakes and no your dad leaving is not your fault. I’ve made plenty of mistakes and i will continue to make mistakes. I’m glad you’ve realized that the mistakes aren’t all bad though. It took me a long time to realize that mistakes are just life lessons.

  2. Addie says:

    And like it or not, we will be doing more [mistakes]. It’s how you do something about it and the things you learn from them that eventually make them seem right, if not actually right.

    I can relate to you the most with the second paragraph. And I’m glad you’re healing. I can say I am, too.

    So, cheers to us and the many more mistakes that we’ll make and make right!

  3. Sara Yori says:

    This is such an inspiring post. Very well said.
    I’m happy that even after everything you’ve been through you’ve stayed strong and kept your head held high! Good for you.

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