Every time, every single thing that you teach, you hang on to every single word and you hang on every single moment, for that perfection. And for Make A Difference, when the kids are reciprocating it back to you, sharing the same rhythm and rapport, they’re not just reflecting what you’ve… the thoughts that you’re wrapped up in, but also what their lives are wrapped up in, too.
It’s too much of a moment… it’s, it’s one of the most unusual epitomes that you’ll ever come to face. And that’s the only way you can look at something like that. You can’t even say you love doing this or this is what I have to do or anything of that sort. I don’t even think that’s a way to describe it. It’s not about… it’s, it’s about, it’s about all the emotional baggage that you, you come with and that you are, are just… you finally have an outlet for. That’s what Make A Difference is to me and when it’s reflected back at you by these 34 kids, it’s … I don’t know, it’s a feeling you can’t even describe.
I’ve learnt- goodbyes will always hurt, pictures can never replace being there, memories forget the hard times, words can never replace feelings, and heroes often go unsung. Take care of all your memories. For you cannot relive them.
Cheers and stay MAD, forever.