When you hear your alarm go off, or the harmonious melody of ecstatic birds singing, and you see the morning sunlight slither through the cracks between your curtains, feeling the rays caress your bare body with its warmth, remember, that for some, they never knew the meaning of day because they have always been in a world of darkness. Remember, that for others, all they ever wanted from this life was to hear their loved ones say, “Good morning, love”.
When you’re caught in a dilemma between coffee or tea, remember that some crave for just a drop of water. When you enter the shower and shiver involuntarily as the warm water run through the back of your spine on a cold winter morning, remember that others are shivering too, out there when the cold wind blows.
When your mother scolds you for things that are way too unreasonable, remember that some never knew the voice of their parents. Never forget, that there was a girl who once yearned for love from her parents, who when others asked where her home was, found no answer, because she never knew what a home meant.
Every morning, tell your family you love them, because one day it will be the last time they hear it.