Eveline wanted to have her freedom, and make the best decision for herself, but she had to be really careful with her decision because it was not only going to change her life. She needed to think of her father, and the promise that she made to her dead mother which w...
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...sion at the end because she was scared to take a risk. I was born and raised in Turkey , but I moved here a few years ago, and it was a big risk for me. I did not know if things were going to work out or not. How could I know the answer without giving it a try? I started a new life which was not easy, but at the end I became a stronger person because now I know that I can make my own decisions, and be happy with them. No one has a perfect life, and if people get afraid to start or try new things, they will not go anywhere. We all come from different backgrounds, and life teaches us different lessons, but if we just sit there and do nothing, then we cannot make a difference. We never know what will happen in our future, and that is why we should never regret any of our decisions. Good and bad experiences make us become a better person, and keep us going with our lives.
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