Yesterday, I read a book, inside the book has a beautiful letter.
From a girl who just had her 16 years old birthday~ Below is the letter, read it :D
Dear Future Husband,
I turned sixteen today, and I know it may seem weird writing this to you now,
but this letter is sort of my way of making a promise to you in writing.
Maybe I already know you, or maybe we haven't met yet.
Either way, I want to save myself for you. I want my whole self, my heart and body and everything,
to be a present I'll give you on our wedding day.
I don't care how long it takes or how hard it gets, but I promise you I won't let anybody else "unwrap" me,
so on our wedding night I'll be the kind of gift you'll be happy to receive.
I know I have a lot of years ahead of me before we get married, whoever you are.
That's why I want to make this promise now, so that no matter whom I go out with,
I'll always think of myself as a present I want to give to you alone one day.
I also want to start to pray for you, wherever you are, whoever you are,
that God will be preparing you for me and that you'll save all of yourself for me too.
I already love you.
Your future wife,
Christina Juliet Miller.
The book name is Island Dreamer.
Maybe in this generation, people think that "sex" is some kind of "freedom".
Is that so?
I think that if the man/woman is really love you and worth you to love,
he/she will respect your body, your feeling, your love and you.
So, does he worth? Or does she worth?