What I've learned cannot be expressed through words but rather feelings. I've learned that it's nice to be important but it's more important to be nice. To feel noticed, to feel someone cares, to have the ability to make someone laugh or believe in something is worth more than any held position. What I've learned is that actions speak louder than words. Whether behavior is directed in a positive or negative way, it affects people. It teaches you who to trust, what to believe, when to move on. I've learned that in order to become something more, sometimes you have to let go. By not taking any risks, you risk even more. I've learned that a moment is only time fleeing by, grab it or it's gone, that things don't always work the way you hope for but you have to keep your head up. I’ve learned you can’t wait for the perfect moment; you have to make the moment your own because time waits for no one. You mustn’t miss your chance to let your unknown feelings be heard. I’ve realized I would rather regret something I have done than what I haven’t done because looking back on the past couple of weeks, if I wouldn’t have done things I have, I know I would have regret not doing it. But what I've learned most importantly is when it comes down to it, we all want to be loved.