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In 1847 during the Irish potato famine, the Choctaw Nation of Native Americans donated $147 to assist with famine relief. The Irish built this monument of appreciation.

Self, everything is okay now. You don’t have to worry anymore. I know you are tired for everything that you’ve done. It’s okay to have some rest, you deserve it. You’ve done enough. I know you did the best you can just to make other people happy. You gave them your pieces just to make them whole again. You never left their side even if some of them pushed you away. It’s okay now. You can now sleep. You don’t have to overthink about what will happen tomorrow, cry every night, or hurt yourself. The pain is now over for you. Please remember that I am happy because we met, and I will never forget you. Close your eyes now. It’s okay. Till next time , my friend.
—  eulogy for the future me // jin