ripajay

Two days ago, a boy at my school died from a brain aneurism. He was an amazing photographer and an amazing person. Because he was passionately in love with the Hunger Games, every person at my school wished him good luck and goodbye with the Hunger Games three-finger tribute. It was tragically beautiful to see how something as simple as a book could affect a person, and a school, so much.

Today was the ceremony for Ajay, and I was an absolute wreck. Not only that, but it’s been exactly 2 months since my cousin died too. They always say that the good die young, but when it actually happens it takes you aback and makes you readjust the way you think. Ajay was such a sweet guy, he always had a smile on his face and I had always had wanted to be a closer friend to you. That will be a regret I will have to carry with me for the rest of my life. Ajay’s passing shook me into the harsh reality that our time in this earth is limited, and we need to make the most of every second that we have to share and take every chance that we are approached with. I’m not a risk taker, as far as social interactions go, but this had made me realize that I need to be more of one. And as far as my cousin Bobby, I miss you so much, please provide guidance to Ajay and help our family and his family during these difficult times. I miss you, and I really wish I could have seen you before the accident. I’m sorry, may you both rest in paradise forever…