Thursday, 19 June 2008

Attention all Ladies

Guys, feel free to go ahead and continue reading. I just felt that it would be more beneficial to the women to hear what I have to say.

And without further ado, I present you my blog post. :)


Take a good look at this, and think about it for a moment:

Okay. So, you may be thinking, 'DUH, everyone knows that.'. But then, why is it that we always hear girls complaining about their weight, looks or just themselves in general. Some don't have confidence, which would just serve to make them miserable as time goes by.

Seriously, is this the life you want?

A life full of hesitation and thoughts of not adding up to enough?

Of course you say 'no', but what are you going to do about it? You can't just sit there and expect things to happen. You have to take all this in and use it to your advantage.

Let's break down the icon to it's simple, yet precious reminder. Real girls - as in every single female being on this planet - are not perfect. That's right. NOBODY is perfect. You just can't be perfect. It's impossible. Like slamming revolving doors.

Some may project the illusion that they are perfect. They may be attractive, sought after, have families and get good grades, but it's key to remember that they aren't perfect. There are things about them that you may never find out. You haven't been inside their head or experienced a day in their lives. What you think is not what may be true. They could have MANY problems that you just aren't aware of.

Perfect girls aren't real.

Thank. God.

'Why?' you may ask. 'Why can't we be perfect? Wouldn't it be better?'


Imagine if we were all made perfect. Everybody would look the same, we would all think the same and we'd basically all be the same. Then what's the point? What's the point of being alive when you can't live your own life? We'd all be living one collective, boring, but perfect life.


No thanks.

We are all unique. I know that you probably hear that a whole lot, but that's only because it's true. Don't believe me? Well, find me someone who walks, talks, thinks, looks, and lives life EXACTLY like you. Only THEN will I take back the statement.

All of us were given our talents, our families and our situations for a reason. You were made the way you are for a REASON. It is in our imperfections that our true selves lie. It is important to recognise that.

Beauty lies in imperfection.

I have always said that, and will keep saying it. Why? Because of the meaning it carries. Your strength can never be tested if you are not put through trials. How do you know how much you can handle without having to handle it first? You'll never know if you can do a hundred push ups if you don't actually attempt to do them.

You wouldn't be the person you are today if you weren't faced with problems, if you didn't have to go through rough patches or if you were perfect.

So you have to make the choice now. You have to decide if you want to continue wishing your life was perfect, or if you want to embrace it as it is. Someone who is blessed with all the material things is the world can still live a life less fulfilling than someone who has to slave away for hours in order to put some scraps on the table.

It all depends on what you choose to do with what is given to you.

Girls, you have to remember that there is no way that you are ever gonna be perfect (by world standards). As appealing as it may sound or appear, there is no possible way to achieve it. You have to accept the fact and move on.

Instead of looking for perfection, look for yourself. Find yourself and own it. Be confident. Be willing to stand up and say, "This is who I am."

Stay true to yourself, and you will be able to take whatever is thrown at you.

Forget about trying to attract someone. You don't need to please them.

Please YOURSELF first, and it'll all fall into place.


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