Treasure Island

Chaotic Life aka Curly Mer


*Acceptance


All my life I've wanted to fit in.
I wanted to be in the middle of the crowd feeling wanted.
I felt like this was who I was supposed to be.
But no.
I am not like everyone else.
I don't dress like everyone else.
I don't think like everyone else.
I don't act like everyone else.
I'm different.
It took me so long to realize.
I can never be who I wanted to be.
It's just not who God wants me to be.
He's got a different plan for me.
I have to learn to accept that.
No matter how heartbreaking it may be.
No matter how many tears I must shed.
No matter how many people I have to let go of...
I have to learn to accept who I am.
No matter how much it hurts.

Submitted: Monday, January 17, 2011
Edited: Saturday, January 28, 2012

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