Bonjour, mon ami! How are you today?
Humans are funny. We create elaborate stories that we tell ourselves and others to make ourselves believe that we are worthy of others' love and attention. You are loved and you have God's attention, always. So stop fretting about what others think (#NobodyCares).
We don't need titles or descriptions or adjectives to tell us who we are. Words help us describe who we are, yes. But we don't need these words to know who we are. We need these words to help explain who we are to other people, but we don't need these words for people to describe us (#IDefineMe, #YouFeelMe). Sometimes we don't need to use words to describe how we feel or how we experience life. Sometimes we just feel and express. That is a beautiful gift, my love.
Some crazies out there have confused free expression with bullying (#COVIDJerk). That is not free expression (#SocioPathsAreTakingOver, #FightBackWithGood, #BeKind, #BeBetter, #JoySpritesToTheRescue).
Free expression is speaking clearly and honestly, not cruelly, just candid straightforward thoughts. This is why children are both annoying and amazing. They are direct, straightforward. They don't play psychological games unless the game is taught to them. That's also why we spend so much energy trying to preserve children's youth and innocence. The (#AdultsInTheRoom) know the world can be a shitty and beautiful place (#BestInSmallDoses). But we must march forward and evolve to be (#BeBetter). Growth is extremely painful emotionally. We must learn from our past to grow in the present to build a better future for the benefit of ourselves and our children, etc.
Remain a free thinker. Remain wild. Remain honest. Remain compassionate. It's constant work, exhausting, and like exercise. No one wants to do it, but you have to keep practicing being compassionate to yourself and others. To some free thinking is a (#WildConcept) but not for a (#WildChild, #FuckConformity, #FindYourPeaceFindYourself).