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When I became a Christian. Changed my life forever!
when i kept my baby even when no one believed my story. im 15
When I decided god’s not worth to believe in.
My defining moment: when I stormed out of my parents house at 18 just before Christmas. It has changed me in so many ways. It broke me down and I’m still in the process of building myself back up.
Spring break of my seventh grade year. I was laying in my bed, it was like 1 AM, and i was looking out the window while listening to Viva la vida. It was very windy, and the moon was bright as can be. I pulled myself closer to the window and stared out at the trees waving, and the stars, and the moon, that seemed to be calling for me. I opened the window and walked onto the roof. I stood there, on the roof, the wind whipping through my hair as the sky faded from blue to gray. Once the sky was gray, everything was gray. The moon. the trees. my mom’s red car in the drive way. It was captivating, that such a dull and seemingly sad color could be so beautiful. I think that was when i discovered art, and i realized that i want my life to be about art. I am 14 now (i was 12 at the time) and I see art everywhere, especially in nature.
the birth of my son – he changed me forever.
The day when I was announced to sing prayer b4 a crowd of 10,000
Melinda, I think yours is very beautiful moment indeed
For me I have no MOST DEFINING moment.
I try to treasure every moment for I consider life is quite about moments and experiences.
Like yesterday one of my great moments was talking with my Mom open heartedly.
I tried my best to understand her and accept her way of expressing love 😉
the morning i woke up and realized the pills i took last night didnt kill me.
The one moment so far, that if you were to take away would completely change my life, would be the day I decided which college to go to.
When I witnessed the birth of my twins, I realized I served a vital purpose. To give the gift of life.
That text message last summer.
The weekend of my college Graduation when I realized that my Mother is toxic in my quest to maintain my happiness that I found while away at school and that the only way that I can live happily is without her.
The day I took away my ex’s power to hurt anyone else.
The moment me and my boyfriend met for the first time.
July 16th, 2009. I let go.
The moment I realized it’s okay to be gay.
I don’t know that there has been a single defining moment. Every moment has made me who I am and there hasn’t been any single moment that described a major turning point or change yet.
The day I decided not to take the easy way out anymore and do what I believed to be right
The day I said I wouldn’t settle like they all expected me to and planned a way to be with my family.
The day I broke down, realizing that one single event made my life the complicated mess that it is today.
My first kiss. It sounds stupid, but that moment was the first time I had ever been thinking of nothing. It was a moment of pure, dream-like bliss. It took place within the best three weeks of my at the first place that has truly accepted me for who I am with the first guy I ever felt truly cared about me.
My high school graduation.
ANy of the times I act with courage, humor, intelligence, and compassion all at once… These are the times that define me. I have a bunch of them.
Realizing that no matter how much life sucks and how much I hate him for leaving me, my friends will always catch me no matter what the problem. Even if it’s just playing rock paper scissors with me on the bus and letting me fall asleep on his lap – real friends are people that do everything they can for you even if it’s not much and even if they’re feeling like they have the worse fate.
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The day I decided that I didn’t need to change.
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