You saw that little girl and she was in the sandbox and she was crying. You gave her your Tonka Truck and I told you we couldn’t afford to buy another one. You said she should have it because she’s sad.
been a long time. We’ve all grown in our own ways. […] Think back to when we
were all at Beacon. Would you say you ever did anything foolish or
embarrassing? Or do you think you were perfect? […]
that embarrassment - that desire to go back and tell yourself not to be so
stupid - that just proves you’re not the same person you used to be. You’re
smarter, you’re kinder, you’re stronger, and you’re not done growing yet. None
of us are.”