Everyone wants redemption. Some wanted it in their early teenage years. Some wanted it in mid-life, due to a wrong turn. Some wanted it in their late ages, hoping to be granted a chance.
The thing is, we make our own chances at redemption. We make changes, we take chances, and we take risks. That's how redemption was found, and how we were set free.
I wish I could be hate-free. Revenge-free. Love-free. Care-free. Free of everything in the world. But humans have that fatal weakness that keeps us yearning for more. It keeps us fueled. Our emotions go downhill and uphill, and in the end, humans endure the downhill parts to enjoy life's uphills. Being emotion-free is impossible for humans, so perhaps we should embrace these emotions and transfer them into energy to fulfill our place in life.
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