Have you ever imagined how the world would have been if everyone was tall, dark, handsome with broad shoulders? Have you ever given a thought on how the world would look like if all the girls are busty and have massive butts? Did you also think how the world would look like if everybody thinks and acts like you? It does not take ingenuity to know that the world would have been, boring. I suppose this is why variety is regarded as the spice of life.
For me not appreciating your unique nature and trying to look like somebody else is synonymous with losing your identity. Some are so uncomfortable with who they are that they swim in the pool of inferiority complex due to societal pressure and expectation. Look, friend, if you know who you are, then you know who you are not.
At times I just wonder why some are so engrossed with rejection courtesy of ill-informed persons that they question their creator for creating them in that unique way. Just know that while they may not like you, there are thousands that desire to meet with you.
For me not appreciating your unique nature creates an atmosphere of insecurity, inferiority complex.
You are beautifully and wonderfully made. Always remember that you are a masterpiece. When you imitate people, you limit yourself. tweet
And for you to truly appreciate yourself, you need to know who you are, you need to understand your purpose as everything is tied to your purpose.
Life is just too short to waste it in wallowing in self-pity and misery because you were not created like Mr A or B. To begin with, there is no basis for comparison as everybody is created in a unique way.
This gave rise to bleaching, transgender, plastic surgery, among others…You are beautifully and wonderfully made. Always remember that you are a masterpiece. When you imitate people, you limit yourself. Click To Tweet
Lastly, please note that every exit is another entry. As such, for every person that avoids you because of your natural self, there are many others that like you. And for you to find them, you need to open the exit door for the former.
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