Lot of people curious about my trip to East Asia,
curious what I did there, where I visited, how and so on.
Actually, these are not that important, the important thing is what have I learned there.
We build up an interactive relationship and because of that, it makes my trip memorable and meaningful.
Remember a girl I met, she always wearing a pair of big black glasses as if it could cover her whole body.
Glasses and her size formed a strong contrast, besides that, there is an eye-catching pair of cheek on the dimples,
She is so sweet, having a pistachio character, always surround by lot of friends,
but during our one-on-one conversation, she exposed the other side of her.
Her parents divorced when she was very young, and while she was still in high school, her parents had died of cancer.
She is eager to be loved, eager to be concerned, eager to be valued,
But also lost in the midst of eager.
I remember when she narrated all these, her eyes filled with tear as if the accumulation of long-standing mood can not vent.
I gave her a hug, and be her listener, she hugged me, she told me that she had never mentioned it with others, and neither her longtime friend.
My heart was worried, really feel sorry for her.
But at the same time, I found optimistic and strong that came from her.
Whether the journey pace is fast or slow, or how many places you visit are not important, it is important that where you lay down your heart and feelings in it.