MY smile brightens other people’s day, my bubbly energy awakens the darkest soul. I am the light of many people’s lives, I light up every room I walk into. I am a breath of fresh air, I inspire the soul of others. I am happiness, I am peace, I am grace, I am wholeness and completeness. I am a Queen, I am a Goddess, I am a mother, and a wife, I am a superhero unknown to many. I am all of this and more than most are willing to acknowledge, sometimes that includes me.
Insecurities and flaws are hard to accept or acknowledge. We all have them and some of us have more than one. There are times we can embrace and conquer them, but there are times when our insecurities and flaws seem to have so much power over us that it can keep us from enjoying life. It can keep us from feeling the freedom of love and happiness not only from ourselves but from the people who seem to matter more to us than we matter to ourselves. When we are not able to embrace the things we don’t like about self it’s hard for us to take a compliment from anyone. Everything seems false as if their only purpose is to make us feel like we are something that we are not. Now personally I give a hand to the people who have such a difficult time embracing compliments from others and embracing their flaws and insecurities. It sounds strange but think about it this way. at least their honesty and acceptance of not liking it is there.
Some of us who are able to embrace our flaws and wear them proudly, who can acknowledge our insecurities and “act” as though we have control over them. We rock those flaws and insecurities like a peacock strutting its feathers. But the truth is we cry in secrecy, we truly wish people would stop pointing out our flaws and insecurities. Just because we smile to keep you having control over us it doesn’t really mean we’re able to turn them into a positive at all. Most cases that it is like this, is because we have done one of two things. That’s either we have done all that we can and are capable of doing to make our flaws and insecurities better for self, and we have failed miserably because sometimes there is just nothing you can do to make it in to what you would like it to be. The second thing is we have done nothing but be depressed and sulk over something that can be done.
The choice is yours, and I know accepting something that is just about impossible to change is extremely hard to deal with considering it’s yourself and you have to live with yourself flaws, insecurities, positivity and all. But the truth is you only live this life once and you shouldn’t let physical features keep you from smiling, because you don’t have what the next person may or may not have. There are so many add-ons and fake pieces being added to life and I think the most magnificent part of life is appreciating what you were given, or what you have chosen to do nothing about. So many lives have been lost because we change the rare authentic diamond to cubic zirconia. If accepting your flaws and insecurities are that impossible for you to handle then YES, do something about them but don’t risk your life doing it.
You never really know what lies behind the smile of a person, it could be a form of self-protection, so think twice before you make a joke that are actually stone thrown words to a person’s soul.
Please remember everything that is altered has the ability to go back to its true form… You are worth self security and being flawless in your natural form.