Skin color. It had always been an argument between society. It was always a big deal. Can’t we just respect someone and not bother them. Is that too hard to do?
Skin color does not define us. Our personality and attitude does. Being nice to someone doesn’t cost anything. Being kind is free. We just need to open our heart to everyone.
No one deserves to be humiliated and hated for their color. We are all the same. All of us cane from our mother’s womb. All of us were given a chance of life. We are all equal and no one is above another—only God.
We were born to help and love each other. We were born as brothers and sisters—not biologically but spiritually. Skin color is not something to be judged about. It is not something to be laughed at. Love the differences of people.
Never be ashamed of your color. You are different, and that’s what makes you stand out. You are beautiful. You are gorgeous. You are simply amazing.
As we know, teenage years are the best years in our life. They are filled with the most thrilling adventures, best experiences, and fun crazy friends. But of course, it is not as easy as we think—not everything are all cupcakes and rainbows. There are bullies that just really need attention. And those cliché bitches aka “the plastics,” who’re just jealous and insecure of girls who are true to themselves and beautiful in their own way.
We think that avoiding them is the solution, but no. If we encounter them, we should stand up for ourselves and don’t let them see that they get to us. We should be strong and independent because we can only depend on ourselves. We need to believe, trust, and love ourselves. We need to be brave, strong and ready for whatever challenge that may hit us. And also for the people that love and care for us—like our family and friends.
So let go of that shiny, metal thing or that capsule you’re holding and back away from that cliff you’re standing. And start thinking of the people who loves you. Think how devastated they would be.
Never lose hope, because everyone is equally loved by God.
Love your flaws and imperfections. It’s okay to be different from others. Learn to love oneself. Because you are, who you need.