My Legacy


I am not afraid of dying but I am afraid of dying without completing my goals in life. 

Everyday I try to learn as much as I can, do as much as possible, have the time of my life, experience good and bad times, meet new people and try new things because I never know when my journey would end. No one knows. It’s a mystery. That’s why today I am trying to form a positive impact on my society, trying to be noticed, trying to be heard, trying to listen, see and meet. When I die, I want people to remember me for who I am today and not the “shy” girl in past. And that’s what I am working on today till the end of my journey. 

In my legacy I will send the message: ” Live the moment! Do what you love and not what you are told or expected to do. Listen to your heart and act wisely. Follow your dreams. You live only once, so make use of it your way! It’s your life not anybody else’s. Dare to be different!” 

That’s all I want to leave behind me… these words. Not money! Because really what does money do to you? Does it make you happy? Does it do anything for “you” and “your heart”? No. It gives you shelter, food, and safety and it is earned by working on what you chose to do. This is happiness: choosing your own life path. This is my legacy! 

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