Everybody has the right to feel unstable, incapable, and bewildered -- or just plain lost and lonely -- especially when you're young.
It's alright to feel like you don't know which way to turn when you reached an intersection in your life. Left, right, or just go straight forward... but please, not backward. Never backward, or risk never learning a lesson about life.
They say youth is arrogance. Maybe true. Maybe false. When once-a-young and soon-to-be-adult one is standing at the entrance to adulthood, uncertainty almost always warred with anticipation.
Admit you're afraid, too. Do not banish fear. It will help you remember to keep cautious.
This is also the perfect time to remember all the golden words of wisdom learned all through your childhood days. Suggestions and advises from parents may not have much weight due to familiarity. And let's face it, most parents tend to impose their will.
More often than not, the young tended to believe in the inspirational quotes by famous people. There's nothing wrong with this. Great thinkers do have a nice way with words.
The quote below may help you to think straight and see the road to future with clear eyes.
"Dream what you want to dream; go where you want to go; be what you want to be, because you only have one life to live and one chance to do all the things you want to do." - Source Unknown