Change does happen and don’t ever forget that. The way you feel about someone or something can change without even realizing it. The example I have for this is from a long time ago. I was in elementary school.
I remember how all the kids would run outside to the playground to sit at their favorite spot during recess. They would all be carrying their lunchboxes packed with goodies ready to be consumed. Small groups would sit together, some on the grass and others on benches. All the kids would get out their lunchboxes and see what their maids or parents prepared for them. Some were lucky and got junk food. I wasn’t. I usually got a homemade sandwich, Kitco chips and KDD juice. I would get super excited if my sandwich was a kind I liked. I don’t remember what I used to like, but I do remember what I hated the most. Mortadella. To me, it was the most disgusting thing ever. I couldn’t stand its smell. I hated it so much that every time I found it in my sandwich I would become so angry at whoever made. I hated it. That was a long time ago. I never really thought about eating it again until 10 years later. I remember having it with saj (flat round bread), cheese and mayo. It tasted so good. I yearn for the years that had gone by without having mortadella. Why had I been so stubborn? I used to hate it at some point, but that doesn’t mean I should hate it forever. I should have taken a risk sooner than 10 years and given it another chance. All I’m thankful for is that it’s not more than 10 years. What would have happened if hadn’t tried it again?
I know this may seem too dramatic, but base this on something more complicated in life. It’s really easy to be stubborn and to ignore the signs around you. It’s hard to change, but everything is possible. You see, I love mortadella now.