To Allan M.

To the dishonest son to whom I use to be best friend with,

I remember when I was 13 years old and we used to buy candy and smoke pot. I know how you got the money to pay for the candy and pot, I watched you steal money from your father’s wallet and your mother’s purse. What made you think that this was ok? Because it absolutely is not, it is dishonest. Your parents worked hard for their money.

This lead myself, Brian Svetelj, to be dishonest and steal from my parents. I know that this was the start of my dishonesty and caused many problems; losing trust from my parents was the most important one. I also stole from other sources.  This wouldn’t have happened if I had been a honest son. I want you to know that what you did was wrong and that you need to face your dishonesty like I am, to relieve yourself from your past wrong doingness.

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One Response to “To Allan M.”

  1. Jenn D says:

    Your a good person Brian

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