A Good Decision: A Lesson From A Bad Decision

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A Lesson From a Bad Decision

Who never learned from a mistake? Who never regretted from something that he or she committed in the past? We are all human being, and human being per nature makes mistakes. Particularly when we are, or were, teenagers, the stage that we learn, we see, and we try “new things”. Making mistakes make us fell deeply depressed, unhappy, and sometimes miserable. It is even worse when you hurt somebody. Somebody that is very important for us. In my case, it was my family. I hurt my family sentimentally by choosing a bad decision, a decision that I could avoid. Everything because friends…
Everything started on May 11, 2013, in Angola, my hometown. It was the day of my birthday. I will never forget. I had received a lot
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They would never let me take one of the cars at home if I asked them to. Since I had agreed with my friends to go to the after party, I did not want them to feel upset with me. Therefore, in the kitchen there had a basket where all the keys of all the cars of the home were. Then I took a key of one of the cars, which had a space for 6 persons. After that, I took the car when it was 10:30PM and I went to pick my friends up. It was a huge irresponsibility, but I did not care. Once everyone was in the car, we were heading to the party. My best friend was on shotgun and he was giving me the directions. I had had a bad feeling while I was driving. I was nervous. I was feeling cold. My stomach was making rumbles. I did not know what was happening with me. Maybe I was feeling it because I was doing something wrong, because something bad would happen. I did not know. Nevertheless, I played attention to my best friend’s instructions, and I was driving slowly. After driving for almost 30min my best friend asked me to enter into an unpaved street. The street was so dark and it had a bunch of mud. Then I asked my friend “Are you sure the car is not going to stuck in there”. And he said, again “Do not worry, nothing will happen”. So I drove carful there, and what I was expecting happened. The car stuck there. I was pissed when it happened, but it was my fault. I could have …show more content…
I was very scared and I was prying to no police pull me over. God heard my prayers. Fortunately, I drove safe, and I drove everyone to his home. No police pulled me over. Having arrived home, everyone was sad with me. My parents and my sibling did not wanted to talk with me. I was truly very regretful. I felt miserable. Afterwards I started think on what my dad told me. I could have made a better decision. I could have not taken the irresponsibility to take a car from home without letting my parents know. I could at least let my parents knows about the “after party”. It passed maybe 2 day when I finally talked to my parents and siblings. I said sorry to make them worry, and I promise that it would not happen again. My dad came to me and he told me, “Now you know when I told you to be careful with you

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