What do I have to say that mother hasn’t told you already:
Do what you really want in life; there are many ways to earn money.
Don’t hurt girls, and let love come by itself.
What can I tell you that you haven’t read:
There’s a long road ahead, so count your steps one by one.
Life is too short to dwell on unhappiness.
What can I add that you haven’t learned by yourself:
Don’t give up just yet, there’s still one chance in a million,
go with the flow, upstream there are only regrets.
What advice would I give to a son:
be brave, there’s no shame in being shameless,
but never read to a girl the verse you wrote for her.
What would I say to a growing-up daughter:
don’t drink vodka with juice or strangers,
fall in love body and soul.
What would I change if I had to relive my life?
I wouldn’t be trustful in public education,
I wouldn’t waste time on shyness.
What would I do if I died tomorrow?
I’d take care of my loved ones.
I’d take care of my soul.
What would I say to the last girl that broke my heart if she called:
There’s no one like you in the world…. I hope.
Never say never, unless you mean: never again.
What would I never tell anyone:
If I killed someone or if I was a vegan.