I sometimes can have the most challenging, bitter thoughts. Internal thoughts that surround me and I cannot wait to put in words, and share with the world. And so begins my segment of internal thoughts.
First of all, I’d love to ask every human being what empowers them today. What empowers the “freaky” people, our what empowers the “popular” people? What empowers the kids in the class who actually talk back to the teachers? What empowers me, today? What empowers you?
The least I can say about this is that I was born. And you were too. And that makes us the same and different in so many ways. And maybe we weren’t empowered by anything. Maybe we just chose to be. And I’m saying this because even though I was born, just like you, you will never be me and I will never be you. Sure they might laugh. Sure, they might turn you into the “freak” or the “popular” one. But always remember that you can choose to be. You can turn your world around and flip it over 10 times around, but you are always what you CHOSE to be. And if you aren’t, then maybe you need to let go of what you were just inspired by. Stop trying to be like that great guy. Be what you WANT to be because I’m telling you, you will regret everything when you fall down to the ground. Because you wont be able to get up, cause you’ll just be a carbon copy of your inspiration.
Don’t take me wrong, being inspired is a great thing. But if you just do what your “role model” does then what’s going to be left of YOU.
Secondly, who’s your judge? Are you judged? Do you like your judge? Do you feel judged?
We are all here and we are standing, or sitting for whatever matter. We are either surrounded by people or we are alone. We are either hidden or we are shown. It’s suddenly not about me it’s about what THEY will think. I’m fine but what will they say. We worry that our fears will be shown. We worry who’s watching us. Whether it be the most hated person in your life or just someone you want to impress, we have always been judged. Sometimes misjudged. It’s like those serpent eyes watching your every move, and it might seem okay. It might seem like things are going fine but then we remember our judge. We remember the feeling of being judged and then it’s all about not so fine. They call it “peer pressure” but for me it’s the single act of being judged. Pressure, right? No, it’s more than that when it comes to judging. When it comes to judging, suddenly it’s like we are holding the weight of the sky. The least one can do is stop judging, because not all of us are meant to be lawyers. We all don’t have the studies to make decisions. And as soon a those serpent eyes look down, we’ll be fine.
That’s all for today, my readers. I want you to think about this because we have all had these gut feelings once in a while. It takes courage to take a stand against them. And I know that everyone of us is a lion at heart.