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He’s even stronger than I imagined. It’d take me more than a single night to move on from something like that.
Either way, it’s great he’s finally gotten over it. Now he can stop living in the past, and live the life his mother gave her life to let him and Molly live.
His mother obviously cared for her children a lot. She loved them so much, she died for them. It looks like he’s finally learned to be glad his mother did that for them, and to not let his past bother him.
Randommoron5 April 18, 2012, 12:18 AM EST.
Very good Abbey, I’m sure your mother is proud. It may be difficult, but that’s life for you. Live with a purpose in the present, not shamefully in the past. You have a good life ahead of you, so stay determined. The past isn’t the biggest hardship in life, it’s the future. Keep your chin up and eyes forward to face it head-on and someday you will do great things. But above all else, cherish the life you were given.
Qsandas April 18, 2012, 12:21 AM EST.
What’s this? Abbey has learned a new appreciation for the life he has? He’s not so gloom and doom, but more accepting and understanding of his situation now? Character development is a good thing, I wish some people would take a lesson from Abbey and grow and accept rather than constantly trying to focus on the negativity. There’s always a silver lining right?
Xenos April 18, 2012, 1:24 PM EST.
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