You believe in justice, little one. You believe in the true hero that will rid the world of evil and bring light to the darkness. You believe that there is good in the hearts of people and you can stand up to those who have lost their light. You believe you are one of the defenders of “good” and “justice”.
You are a hero, my daughter, and you will shed your bright light upon the world. You stand up to the injustice in the world and fight to bring light into dark places. You bleed on your sleeve, and cry genuine tears of pain when you see others being treated unfairly. You have a hope for a better world that goes beyond your years. You have a spark in your eyes and a brilliance in your smile – and it sets the world on fire with joy and love.
Right now, it is so hard for you to understand what is fair and just, and what is unfair and unjust. But the passion is there. One day you will learn the wisdom to discern between injustice and unfairness, and discipline. One day you will understand that it takes a steady hand and a soft but strong voice to shape children into heroes. One day you will learn that a little bit of darkness is necessary sometimes for some to actually notice the light. One day you will know the hard love of a parent…
For now, keep fighting the good fight. Keep pushing back on what doesn’t feel right. Keep sticking up for your sisters and for yourself when you feel unfairly treated. Never back down, never give in, and always – always – love with your heart on your sleeve and tears in your eyes. Do not let us jaded and hurt ones destroy that sparkle in your eye. Do not let the darkness win in your heart – let your fire burn strong and proud. You will change worlds with your passion and love. You already have.
I love you my sweet, strong, fiery, fierce daughter(s).