So you’re asking me about my time at Teen Revolution? Well to answer your request, it was fulfilling. I never really felt as if I was in the right place at the right time or that I fit in with others. I always thought that I was different or that people looked at me a little bit off than others, but that’s okay right? Because God accepts us all for who we are? Well, yes, this is something I’ve learned with my time at teen rev. We’re all different because God as a story to tell through us about Him or about His mercy and miracles that He does for us in life. I loved how everyone was so pumped and happy. You could look at the person two rows behind you and see that they were feeling the same presence in the room that you were. We all wondered where our place in life was, and I wondered that a lot every night in my room; and the last night there with my family friend Nate, I realized in tears, amazed at heart….. that I truly needed God’s love and guidance in my life, and I wanted Him to shine through me; and to do that, I have to speak out loud. No matter if you were from the hood or from a rich family everyone struggles with who they are. I was surrounded by friends and not biological family, but family is those who love you; so I’d guess you can say, or I will say, family. I asked myself, ‘If I was to die on the way home or to a temporary home, would I go to heaven or hell?’ I felt a love surround me and tell me, ‘I love you, and I want you to know you are mine no matter what.’ I’ve gone through so many things in life and things that’s happened to me, but I’ve always stayed quiet and blamed those who put me down and said I can’t do this because I’m just like them, but really I’m the only one who can break the chains that have held me down. Teen revolution gave me the freedom I’ve been looking for, for years. I am so thankful for the people I’ve met and blessed to get to spend those days with those amazing people.