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My Tw|t Garden
Monday, December 24, 2012

... are a complicated lot.

It's only in difficult times and challenges that their true self show.

Fight or flight, hide or own up, hold your head up or be ashamed, criticizing or encouraging.

The character of a person is revealed in a fleeting moment of instability, uncertainty, tragedy.

It's could be his own, or someone else's moment, yet this character becomes accentuated anyway.

This is the link between human and human, soul to soul.

I've always put other people's life into my own reflection study. I believe that learning from other people's mistakes enhance my chances of not repeating the same mistakes.

Simultaneously, my inability to make friends reminds me to pick and take lessons even from the most inconspicuous stranger/passerby in my life.

This way I won't lose out on gaining more wisdom and learning more life lessons.

They called it a saga, but from my point of view, this uniquely close-to-heart incident that unfolded itself into the cyber world has etched deeply in my heart as a reminder; a reminder that I am not alone. That many other people in this universe are experiencing the same if not fates worse than mine, or even Yuki's.

Supporters band together to express their hate for the immoral female in the picture; while others band together to give Yuki support and love she so deserves.

Everyone has an agenda; this I believe.

Her agenda may be to prove to herself that she is superior to other women, that she is more capable of attaining affection and love from men that other women - she is just a pitiful soul who craves affirmation. In a wrong way.

And your agenda, for now, is to heal, move on, and let go. I understand, and I feel you. I have always believed that writing liberates and relinquishes one's inner demon. In the process, you have unknowingly spread love, support and the spirit of forgiveness to everyone you've touched in the cyber world.

You are a true fighter. An angel. Someone who doesn't just throw away life because it gave you a stumbling block.

In fact, you celebrated it with positivity; albeit with apprehension.

You remind me very much of someone I once knew. Someone I almost forgot about.

Someone who had chosen to give in to life's stressors and continuous road blocks in the end.

I'm gonna make her come back.

She is coming back. She will.

Because words are only words if no one appreciate their true power to create miracles.

Words heal, and words save lives.

You made me remember. And for this, I'm eternally grateful.

I imagine one day, that the disgusting father who came into my life for a fleeting moment today; would remember my words to him; to have fun educating his son, and really raise his son to become righteous and kind. Because a stranger took one minute of her life to remind him to.

I imagine the lady who despairs on Yuki's page; leading a fulfilling life in the future; remembering how many strangers come together to motivate her once very long ago. Because Yuki turned her tragedy into something more.

We all have the power to change lives. We just don't know it.

Some choose to ignore this power their whole lives; others use it for good, bad or even simply to survive in this dog-eat-dog world.

This is just innate in their characters. Yet it is what defines a society, a mix of individuals coming together.

We are all children of God. Fight or flight, moral or immoral, good or bad, He loves us just the same.

It is us, people, that makes it different.