This was the last thing I expected when I woke up this morning, and I'm still trying to process everything... but reading what she said gave me the sense of closure I needed to be able to see her off with a smile on my face.
There are many forms of "Being helpful to people"... but from now on, I feel strongly that I want to help people in another way, I want to make people smile, I want to make them happy.
For this first step, I decided "I want a work related to the welfare" to go towards to my dream.
She's such a sweet and kindhearted person. No matter how many times people made fun of her, she never once stopped smiling. It must've been so hard, yet she never let it show. You see, someone like me, with the self-esteem of a potato, would've been completely destroyed. That's why I've always admired, and aspired to be like her. She always has that warm smile on her face. Not the kind you know is fake, but a genuine smile that makes your worries go away.
I'm sad, but I'm also excited to see her working towards her dream of helping others in need. It's so fitting for her, and I know that she'll be able to achieve it.