"Yes, I do love exploring. I do love learning new things. I do love to fly, and sight see, and be bestfriends with people that might only stay for a season. And in the middle all of that, any human being, at some point, will be lost. They will question themselves a lot and have to deal with uncertainties, wondering will they ever be able to take care of themselves. Wondering if we can survive, or if we can still move on with life. Given that circumstance I wanna be sure that I know where home is. I know where my family is. I wanna know who I am. My identity. The past may not define who we are but it shaped who I am today, nevertheless. I will never start “fresh” and there is no such thing as reinventing myself. My home is my home, my brother is my brother, my sister is my sister, my bedroom is my bedroom, and the fact that they are what they are is the very least idea that can make me stay sane, and stay strong to face whatever will be in front of me. And I completely disagree when someone says that being lost is an indicator of being distant from God. That being lost is somewhat a punishment. As much as I believe in him, I disagree to believe that he does not want us to be lost. I believe that he wants me to think, he wants me to explore, he wants me to be critical about life, be critical about myself, learn and question everything that I can ever learn and question about. He wants me to reach up, he wants me to climb high and become confused on which direction should I go to. But of course, he does not want me to consume myself by this very idea. He wants me to realize that home is always in his arms. No matter how far I go, I can always go back and realize that at home I will always be safe."
"I think it is time that we need to understand that psychological pains are a real thing in this day and age. They affect our behaviors. They affect us in a way that keeps us from evaluating the efficacy of our assumptions - one of the reasons why we see so many people get stuck on the same problem over and over again. No more we think that these problems are a waste of time. Psychological health is a person’s intangible asset - it deserves the proper investment, the right treatment, and an intelligent approach."