Chapter 3: WHAT DID I DO WRONG?

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: True Confessions  |  House: Booksie Classic

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PEOPLE LAUGH AND GIGGLE ANYTIME THEY SEE ME. THEY THINK IM WEIRD BECAUSE I DON'T TAKE PART IN THE ACTIVITIES THEY TAKE PART IN. I'M VERY QUIET, SO I JUST STAY ON MY OWN, SAY HI TO PEOPLE AND SMILE AT EVERYONE WHETHER KNOWN OR UNKNOWN. 
 

AM I NOT A GOOD PERSON? WHAT MAKES THEM TEASE ME MOST OF THE TIME?

LISTEN, MY DEAR, THERE CAN NEVER BE ANYONE LIKE YOU. EVEN IN CENTURIES TO COME. YOU ARE UNCLONABLE I.E IF SCIENTISTS DECIDE TO CLONE YOU TODAY, THEY WILL NEVER GET AN EXACT UNIQUE PIECE LIKE YOU. 
OF COURSE, PEOPLE WILL LAUGH BECAUSE THEY 'VE TRIED BEING LIKE YOU BUT THEY COULDNT SO THEY RESORTED TO MAKING YOU BECOME LIKE THEM THEN. AND THE ONLY WAY THEY COULD ACHIEVE THIS IS THROUGH TEASING AND DOWNGRADING YOU IN A WAY THAT YOU'LL EVENTUALLY JOIN THEM TO AVOID THE DISCRIMINATIONS.

WHAT DO I DO THEN?

NEXT TIME YOU WALK PAST THEM, LIFT YOUR HEAD UP HIGH WITH AN ELITE POSTURE AND SAY HI TO THEM. IF THEY LAUGH ITS OKAY. THEY JUST DO NOT KNOW HOW TO REACT TO THE PRESENCE OF A CELEBRITY AROUND THEM SO THEY ARE NERVOUS. IF THEY SAY ILL MANNERED WORDS, JUST SMILE AT THEM AND LEAVE. AFTER SOMETIME, THEY WILL COME BEGGING YOU BECAUSE THEY'VE DISCOVERED THAT YOU KNOW WHAT HAVE AND YOU ARE NOT ALLOWING ANYBODY TO TAKE IT FOR GRANTED.
FINALLY, IF IT FEELS LIKE THEY STILL KEEP ON BEHAVING IGNORANTLY, THEN KEEP THIS AT THE BACK OF YOUR MIND "MOST UNIQUE PEOPLE ARE NOT ACCEPTED IN THEIR SOCIETY". AND REMEMBER YOU DON'T NEED ANYBODY TO MAKE YOU UNIQUE. YOU'VE GOT IT IN YOU ALREADY. JUST LET IT OUT AND SEE WHAT WONDERS IT WILL CREATE. 

"YOUR UNIQUENESS CAN NEVER BE CREATED EVEN IF ALL THE SCIENTISTS IN THE WORLD COME TOGETHER".

 


Submitted: May 22, 2018

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