Acceptance, a lot of acceptance

Let me just warn you before you read this: the words accept, accepted, acceptance, and belong is used a lot because I do not have good vocabulary.

The other day I was thinking about acceptance and how people always want to be accepted. I was wondering WHY people want to be accepted. Then, I started thinking, if we want to be accepted, we have to accept ourselves, we have to accept our flaws and everything about us. We humans want to belong to something. But why? Why do we want to be accepted or belong to something? I really want to know why. Actually I don’t need to know why, but I want to. I’m really confusing myself. Am I confusing you, I hope not, reader. Actually I do know why we want to be accepted, because we can finally be ourselves. For example, I’m weird and I accept that, but I don’t feel accepted because I am weird. You know? I want to be around people who accept my weirdness and won’t judge me because I’m weird. Is this confusing? Actually scratch that! I don’t accept my weirdness, because if I did, I would not feel the need to be accepted. So right now I’m accepting my weirdness! I don’t care if people don’t like it, because I’m awesome and weird!

If you are confused, please comment. If you are not please comment. Just please comment and like! Thank you!



There are so many labels. Labels are on everything. Even on humans. Some labels people give themselves: gay, straight, liberal, conservative, hippie, black, white, and many more.
Why do we label ourselves? Is it because we want people to know who we are? Why do I need to know that you are a neat freak or gay. Is that helping me or hurting me?
What I’m trying to say is just be yourself… Don’t give yourself a label. Just be you or who you want to be. Be free, with no labels holding you down. I hope you understand this reader and I hope it makes sense to you. ‘Cause it makes a lot of sense to me. Be you and be free!