I think there's something to be said here. You see guys, there's nothing wrong with being straight, bisexual, lesbian, or gay. There's nothing wrong with being a hipster, a stand-out kind of person, or anything else of choice. There's nothing wrong with being Muslim Christian, Buddhist, or any other religion. There nothing wrong with any of us. There's nothing wrong with you.

There's nothing with being white, black, yellow, or anything else. There's nothing wrong with being large, skinny, or in between.

There's nothing wrong with having a disorder. There's nothing wrong with you if you have an eating disorder, a cutting disorder, suicidal thoughts, or a disease that cripples you. You only cripple yourself by thinking it does.

There's nothing wrong with being darker than the rest of us, there's nothing wrong with being more air headed then the rest of us. There's nothing wrong with us. There's nothing wrong with you.

There's nothing wrong with you if your smart, or if your dumb. There's nothing wrong with you if you write, paint, or have a hobby that only you can indulge in. There's nothing wrong with thinking your the only one out there. There's nothing wrong with thinking your alone, or helpless. There's nothing wrong with thinking that some of us are weak for having thoughts. There's nothing wrong with us. There's nothing wrong with you.

There's nothing wrong with having the feeling that you have to do something, something to turn to tables, or to see who you can really rely on, or to make yourself remembered.

There's nothing wrong with wanting to flee the crowd and stay below the radar. There's nothing wrong with us. There's nothing wrong with you.

There's nothing wrong with being weak, or strong. There's nothing wrong with being crazy, or sane (they're the same, anyway). There's nothing wrong with having a lot of friends, or just one. There's nothing wrong with being over emotional, or closing yourself off to be alone. There's nothing wrong with wanting to be alone, or indulging yourself with others. There's nothing wrong with us. There's nothing wrong with you.

There's nothing wrong with being a boy in a girls shell, or vice versa. There's nothing wrong with breaking down once in awhile, or not being able to shed a tear if you tried. There's nothing wrong with committing to what the bullies think, or what they say. There's nothing wrong with acting strong when really you want to crash. There's nothing wrong with us. There's nothing wrong with you.

There's nothing wrong with being clumsy, there's nothing wrong with having steady feet. There's nothing wrong with feeling like the strongest person in the world, able to conquer any countering foe. There's nothing worn with feeling like you have the weight of the world on your shoulders, or that it could squash you like a bug. There's nothing wrong with feeling like you have to kill someone. There's nothing wrong with having the thought that you need to die yourself. There's nothing wrong with us. There's nothing wrong with you.

And I say us because you aren't alone. You don't have to fight this war alone, either. You can confess in someone, tell them everything, from every crevice in your soul. You don't have to plan it, and most likely, it will happen without planning anyway. It may happen in a bed, on a couch, on a roof, maybe even in a bathtub. There's nothing wrong with that, either. There's nothing wrong with being weak to someone, or being the one they know they can trust.

And you never know, they might do the same.

Why? Well, it wouldn't be a surprise. If you think long and hard about it, we're not different at all. There's nothing wrong with us. There's nothing wrong with you. Breathe. You're human.

The knife of mercy. That cruel kind of beauty that he saw in me. Me and my scars.

You see my dear friend; fantasy is not an escape from the soul of our world, but an invitation to go deeper into it.

"Fantasy is not an escape from the soul of our world, but an invitation to go deeper into it." - Andrew Slack

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