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June 21, 2012

People confuse me


I wonder if outspokenness is a gift. Or an inborn trait. Or a skill. Or a life choice. It seems to me that the moment you speak, you are judged- you are exposed, strengths and weaknesses and whatnot. I guess it's pretty true that the definition of shy is 'the fear or being socially judged'.

Sometimes I look at people and I seriously wonder if they think before that act, or if they ever regret after voicing out something (supposedly) mindless. But often I envy them for being so comfortable in their own skin and not having to think twice when making an impression.

It's like they already have a pre-defined version of themselves, like they are so sure of who they are and how they present themselves to others.
It’s really as though the happiest people you know have the saddest stories to tell and that’s because they know what it’s like to be so unhappy and they rather be happy for those moments than bring you down.
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People who are always happy scare me because you can't be perpetually happy and hyperactive and jumping about. You can't be unfazed by all the problems that everyone else faces. It's just not real.

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