There’s Only One Life in Your Skin

You change the world by being yourself. ~ Yoko Ono

There's Only One Life in Your Skin

I am a little backwards today, for me it’s a Tuesday/Monday and it’s sure feeling like it at the moment. So a little repost with a new style. You may not believe this, but some days it’s really hard being me. I am a self-confessed introvert, clumsy and on the best of days see everything a little left of normal. How do I deal with being me? Well, it hasn’t always been this easy, and I can honestly say looking back, I probably didn’t always handle it well, but I’ve learned some since the beginning, accepted the rigid parts, softened the pointy parts, and along the way, I grew used to myself. How? By defining who I am in my own terms. I took the time to dwell on what I value and considered what makes up the essence of who I am. Don’t get me wrong, as I grew in wisdom, I would have to occasionally reassess my core values, because if you are spiritually growing, your values may change, but the point is, I didn’t remain static and glued to one spot. We should always allow ourselves space to grow, to improve, to become wiser.

Most of all, be honest and open about yourself and your limitations. We’re all imperfect, if you feel ashamed or insecure about any aspect of yourself and you feel that you have to hide those parts of you, whether physically or emotionally then you need to come to terms with yourself and realize these are probably not flaws a’tall. Hug these oddities close because they are the gifts that make you the unique wonderful individual you are destined to be and are. Be honest with yourself, but don’t beat yourself up, there’s a big difference there. And while you’re at it, apply this philosophy to others, as well. There is a difference between being critical and being honest; learn to watch the way you say things to yourself and others when being honest. Just because you believe what you are saying or feeling is honest doesn’t necessarily mean it’s not hurtful or, for that matter, even crucial that it be said.  I reckon that’s kind of a big point in all this. Is every one really entitled to your opinion? Just something to think about today, take it for what it’s worth to you because other than that, I got nothing but a huge wish that you all have a low gravity Tuesday.

Outfit:
Hair: *Argrace*, Fumi
Glasses: Izzies, Round Tortoise shell glasses
Necklaces: MG, Captured heart
Bag: David Heather, Skalidi
Shirt: *CoCo*, Sweater shirt
Skirt: Maitreya, Mesh mini herringbone
Pose: Helamiyo, Fashion Blogger

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3 thoughts on “There’s Only One Life in Your Skin

  1. I am in agreement. I am not sure if I just was not paying attention in previous years, or if people did used to be more careful with their words and not always feel the need to share the first thought that popped into their mind. Words are a powerful thing, to be used with the same care that one would use with a loaded firearm.
    But on to the more important thing to say here; that the look you have on is perfect for a low gravity Tuesday. You look rather spunky today in the most delightful way. 🙂 Three cheers for low gravity….yet sometimes I wish that gravity would leave me alone…hee hee *wink*

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