I’ve gone through a large part of my life feeling like a outcast.

Now that I know that the one making me a outcast is, by and large, me.. I just have to figure out what to do with this knowledge.

I have to figure out how to let a inverse of me live within me, while juggling between me and inverted-me, in order to continue growing, changing, and adapting. Without turning my back on any of the people that I love.

And I have to stop feeling like I’m so wrong everywhere I go and everything I do.

Tall order.

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  1. eaglesoars Says:

    Is anyone who accepts and embraces others ever an outcast?
    Do those who stand out because of what they’ve done, what they’ve accomplished or just because of who they are become outcasts or memorable people that others think would be awesome to know?
    Do we become outcasts by judging ourselves and others too harshly?
    If we are outcasts, then what are those who are our friends–outcasts also?

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