Open Letter #2

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An open letter for anyone who need this the most; the ones who found themselves

Submitted: January 13, 2017

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Submitted: January 13, 2017

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Dear You,

 

The perfect timing has arrived and you are now wearing your truth. Before you reached that point into knowing who you were you must have undergo those self-denial/doubt, instinctual guts from your family, questionings from your friends and speculations from people around you. Some might have laughed at your back, teased you based on what they can observe and judge you without knowing the real you. All of this are inclined with the intrapersonal phase you are battling and it may or may not helped you along the process but those are the factors that made you indestructible it made you stronger to continue your quest.

And now I would like to congratulate you my friend, with all your demons and inner battle dragging you down, you’ve conquered from within, you never let them win instead you rose above it. Everyone’s ultimate goal is to be at peace with oneself. And it’s okay to want your own happiness. It’s okay to want the best for yourself. You are not obligated to stand there and be a man or lady they wholly think you are or sit there and act like everything is all right when it’s not. You are not bound to do things you know you are uncomfortable with. You have the right to shout out who you really are and what you are made of. For they will never realized you have this right until you do. They will judge you when you exercise it but it’s yours. No one is in charge of your own happiness except you. What other people think of you is none of your business.

Now that you finally learned who you are I only wished you one thing. I wished that you live in a world that has no place for homophobia and judgment to the lesbians, gays, transgender or bisexual you maybe. And no matter what do not look at yourself with disgust, you are a gift to this earth. You are amazing. Be a person who is able to express his or herself when words cannot. Be a person who owns his or her own sexuality, who is ashamed of it as it is. I am glad that you are home. For home isn’t always a house or a place, it is where you feel safe and happy sometimes home is a feeling.

All my love.


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