Humans, guess what. Each and every single one of us came here to look different, act different, and serve specific to us. If we were all meant to be the same we would. Start respecting each other. Look at this world. Humans are dying every second because we’ve lost what it means to love each other’s differences and respect one another, honouring the divinity of our true nature. We are all going to experience different things at different times or never experience them at all. Let that be what it is and let that be enough. Let it be what it is as well for those around you. Why must you continue to point out what you don’t like about another or what you specifically wish they see of do different. They are not you. That is what is beautiful. No one wants millions of the same exact human walking around. Let each other live, it only shows true sadness and lack of self love you hold within if you’re willing to mock and look down on another for doing what makes them happy. Wake up! Learn to coexist. If our governments aren’t an example enough of how far off balance things are then I don’t know what is. Stop making this world a harder place to exist in not only for yourself but for those around you. Open up your heart. Open up your eyes and love each other, after all, you have the chance to change this world. To lift the consciousness and help restore this planet back into a state of both love and peace. Please understand how important your presence here truly is. Expect your flaws and no one can ever use them against you. I don’t know a perfect person existing, only those flawed people who are still worth loving. Start taking responsibility for your words and actions, and commit only to those of love, harmony and unity. Hate the false idea that you are not capable of your dreams.
You may not see it today or tomorrow, but you will look back in a few years and be absolutely perplexed and awed by how every single little thing added up and bought you somewhere wonderful- or where you always wanted to be. You will be grateful that things didn’t work out the way you once wanted them to be.
There is always beauty in tragedy, no matter how small or seemingly insignificant it may be.