Saturday, January 9, 2010

100 Words: The Best Thing I Learned From My Mother

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My mother was always miserable
Because she lived a life that didn't fit her.

Growing up,
I decided I didn't want to live like that.
I wanted something different for myself.

I decided to do the opposite of her
To achieve my yearned for goal.

These are the lessons I learned from my mother:

When I have a choice,
I choose to do exactly what I want to do,
Be it a career, a relationship or an activity.
Yes, when I have a choice,
I choose to be happy.

But best of all,
I've learned I always have a choice.

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