Thank you for giving me life and teaching me a valuable lesson on how dangerous it is to play around with addictions.
I'm sure that you are in a better place and that your suffering her, and you did suffer a lot, cam to an end.
I wish I could have helped you but you didn't want to be helped on other than your terms and your terms we could not accept.
It's so sad to think that I will never see you again. My thoughts travel home which now is empty but I still feel your presence. I still feel like you are there.
But you are not and only a building has left. Our home. A guardian of the story and many secrets.
I am still here, though.
I am still alive and I promise myself today that I will learn as much as I can from you death, that I will do my homework and live. I want to live. I want to live and be happy no matter what.
I want to fly.
You know that I loved you. I loved you so, so much. And I only wanted one thing from you - that you stopped drinking and that you chose us.
But you chose otherwise and I still loved you. I understand you didn't know how to live.... only you know the truth. Only you know the pain you carried, the disappointments you experienced and hopes that died in you. Only you know... You chose not to tell me or my brothers. You chose to drown in alcohol.
I choose to live.
I chose to live a long time and ago and that's why I had to run away from you. I suffer consequences of my choices every day of be being so far away from my family. I suffer but I also know deeply inside my heart that it was my only option to run away in order to survive and live.
Live, live, live!
I wish it was different but since it's not I will play with the cards that life is dealing me. They are not the easiest cards but the game goes on and I will not give up and play the best I can though the rules of the game change without my consent. I will play nevertheless because if I stop I will die.
I want to live.
I had to pause now and have a look at my own life. The time of some changes has come, changes that will improve the quality of my existence and my work. It hasn't been the best six months of my life but the time has come to stop making a victim of myself and start working on solutions.Thank you, Dad, for making me pause. Too bad you couldn't help me figure out things otherwise.
I have no parents any more.
I'm sure you are in a better place.