Life after all comes with great circumstances that would either sway us, break us, or make us stronger. These storms pass by and leaving us with great causalities that will take too long to repair and mend but the memories of these troubles will stay with us so we could stand up next time and be more prepared than we used to. The remnants will be etched in our skins and will become permanent parts of us. They will make us cry. They will make us angry, burnt, and hate the world for being the unfortunate world we live in. These memories will haunt us, will break us, and will tear us into shards that are too hopeless to puzzle back again — making the cracks as invisible as possible.
Edison Dizon is an educator, author, artist, trainer, motivational speaker and educational consultant. He holds a Master of Arts in Education and a Professional Degree in Higher Education Studies from Concordia University in Canada. He is a lifelong learner and is currently working on his Doctorate. He received several awards such as Outstanding Teacher and “Classroom Superhero”.