How does one put a value to a person with all of these weighing down on their shoulders? No matter how you look at it, there is always an ‘imperfection,’ something that just isn’t right.
But then again, how do you decide what is ‘right?’
Everyone has their own set of morals and ideas, so how is it possible to pinpoint one, absolute ‘perfection?’
Simple, you can’t.
If only it was easy to make everyone understand. Unfortunately, even a world of wonders doesn’t work like that. If not for those that set precedents that others try their damndest to match, then we have ourselves to blame.
When we look at ourselves, do our ‘faults’ not stand out in contrast to every little bit that makes us the person we are? The things we wished were different, the aspects we want to morph, the traits and habits that we resent ourselves for having, those qualities that we deem undesirable… How differently they’re weighed by the individual.
When you look at these ‘faults,’ do you see the road leading up to them or those they guided you towards? How differently would your life be if this one thing ceased to be a part of you? If this one, small bit simply vanished, would you even be the same person?
Then again, there are those that would gladly be someone else for personal reasons. How curious a case, to become someone completely different…
Nevertheless, how would you face these self-titled ‘faults?”
Would you lock them away and deny their existence because it’s simply easier?
Would you let them overwhelm you, letting yourself become someone you never wanted to be?
Would you fight against them and struggle for something pointless just because you can’t find a better solution?
Would you let them grow, becoming so afraid of them that you let them speak for you?
Everyone deals with these problems in their own ways, but this isn’t a tale about just anybody. This is a story about four, unprepared youths that find themselves tied to one another. A tale of happy endings or broken hearts, that is yet to be decided. Whatever the outcome, the choices rely on these four. How they manage the difficulties that lie before them and those they carry… well… what would be the point in letting you know now when there is so much to tell.
So let us begin this tale…
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