Ron Paul really gets on a roll here.
if you want something, like really really want something
and all you can think about all day is how you want that thing and why that’s totally enough reason to have the thing
you should probably not have the thing.
Someone needed to tell this to Smeagol…
Someone the other day asked me what makes me feel self conscious. And I told them nothing. They laughed and said I was just being my usual cocky self passing my answer off as a joke. The honest truth is though I really am not embarrassed by anything about myself.
If I can’t change something then that means the circumstance are out of my control. Why would I fret about that? Why should I be embarrassed about something that I cannot help? For example I am going bald. I can’t change my balding and sure I wish I wasn’t losing my hair. But I can’t stop it from happening, I’m not going to let it ruin my day.
If I choose to do something why would I second guess myself? If I thought through and planned out my actions then will take responsibility for them. I have nothing to be ashamed of. I choose to do the stuff I do and to like the stuff I like. Sure you might not understand it or think I’m weird. Don’t try and expect me to fit your small minded view of “normal” though.
Maybe some people are right and I’m just a douche bag. Maybe my ex is right and I’m a massive a-hole. Or maybe I won’t apologize for being myself. I’m confident in my decisions and comfortable with who I am and I will not let anyone shame me for that. So yeah, I don’t really feel self conscious for anything, why should I? I’m friggin’ awesome. I love myself.
“I’ve been nothin’ but myself since the day I was born, and if you can’t see that it’s your failin’, not mine”-Edward Bloom
- my english teacher: your essay isn't very well put together
- me: my thoughts are stars i cannot fathom into constellations