Yesterday, for the first time in awhile my seniors were angry with me.
As if I had given up I said "Ugh, I don't care," and like I had thrown a spoon, my senior had hope for me and told me, "Fix it."
"Because if you can do that, you'll become even better."
Could you even forgive me for being mean, my great seniors? Compared to me, my seniors have expectations for me.
Changing as you get older becomes more difficult.
But, because I want to live up to those words, upon shrewdly assenting to that within myself and understanding that I want to change, I shall try to progress to change.
Everytime something like this happens I feel happier, and feel excited that there's still something I can do.
With that, my everyday activities and acting seem to have become stimulating.
Speaking of my seniors.
I made an appearance on a program that Suwabe Junichi serves as host on, but was drunk to an unprecedented level. And, it was over.
As I thought, if my seniors speak of me, it'd be too embarrassing to be sober. I can't be honest about it. This is seriously impossible.
It's just, it's a considerable reflection.
Obviously I'm no match for Mr. Suwabe who took it all in with a laugh.
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