On November 4, my tennis and basketball coach was reported dead at his house.
Many people reached out to me. They felt guilty for not saying "goodbye" to him.
"I did not say 'goodbye' to him as well. I was able to come at peace with him from a 3-year grudge," I told them.
Also, I lost my sister unexpectedly, tragically.
"You build relationships every time you encounter people. Life is constantly changing. People come, and go. When you travel, you say goodbye. If you can embrace goodbye, you can become more grateful for the next time you say hello," my good friend told me.
On the night of November 7, I received a text from his son that Coach has passed away. I was mourning, crying, and grieving. I needed space to be alone. 4 days later, I finally accepted his death.
If I am able to be at peace with others, the hatred fades. The wound heals.
Imagine if I still held a grudge to Coach. I would be living a life full of regrets.
First and foremost, I have unleashed a natural superpower of peacefulness, and forgiveness.
(I was first introduced by superheroes with superpowers, such as Spider-man, Wolverine, and others, from Stan Lee. They were out of the ordinary by Stan's creativity and ingenuity. Furthermore, they had human feelings. RIP, Stan Lee. You can become a superhero without superpowers, like Stan. He impacted my childhood, and adult life. Stan defined heroism for a very long time.)
Peace be with you. I forgive you.