0237 – Story of a little boy (Part II)

Little boy realizes that he does not live an ordinary life.

Little boy lives the life of a thinker.

Little boy lives the life of a worrier.

Little boy lives the life of a dreamer.

Little boy is an idealist.

Little boy likes to dream.

Little boy dreams about lasting happiness.

Little boy dreams about a brighter world.

Little boy dreams about people getting along better, people never fighting.

Little boy dreams of equality of all kinds.

Little boy closes his eyes and sees a whole other world.

 

Little boy wonders why he’s here. Little boy doesn’t know.

Little boy still suffers. Little boy is still trying – trying to live.

Little boy has lost hope, but he pushed himself back up every time.

Little boy really wants to live. He really does. Who can teach him how?

 

Little boy doesn’t see the end. Little boy thinks it’s a lost cause.

Little boy thinks maybe he’s doomed to failure.

Little boy thinks he’s meant to struggle his whole life.

Little boy struggles with things others don’t, and he’s too ashamed to admit.

Little boy doesn’t want to be alone.

 

Little boy crosses path with many, some lingers for longer.

Little boy makes some new friends, but keeps losing his old ones. Story of his life, he says.

Little boy doesn’t like how transient things are. Little boy doesn’t like change.

Little boy has yet to have a meaningful relationship. Little boy wonders how they feel.

Little boy wonders how people can be friends for more than ten years. He can’t even keep friends for more than ten months.

Little boy wants to not care anymore. That is why. Little boy doesn’t know why he should either.

I lied when I said little boy has the heart of a man.

 

 

Little boy doesn’t have the heart of a man.

Little boy is a little boy. He will always be.

Little boy is not so young anymore. But he is still the little boy. The little boy all the same.

Little boy finds it hard to change. Everybody does, he thinks.

Little boy is sad that he only changes a little from Part I to Part II.

Little boy says sorry.

 

 

Little boy really tried.

 

 

Little boy will try harder.

 

 

 

Little boy failed for many years, but again.. he really didn’t.

Little boy learned so much from his failures.

Little boy has learned to depend on himself.

Little boy has learned to laugh.

Little boy has learned to cry. Like a man.

Little boy has learned to embrace who he is.

Little boy has learned that life is incredibly hard.

Little boy has learned that life is incredibly beautiful, with all its challenges and surprises.

Little boy has not overcome his challenges, but little boy is gaining experience – the hard way.

Little boy has taken a long journey, and it is nowhere near over. So…. What now?

Little boy’s failure is not really negative. It is going to help him move on. It is going to help him become a better person. It is going to make him proud.

It is a fascinating failure.

 

PS: Little boy does not know if there will be a Part III.

Little boy suspects so.

Little boy wants to hear. Little boy wants to hear from you.

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