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My aesthetic:
Happy Espurr! by Furreon
Valkyrie by PabloFernandezArtwrk
Flumph from official D&D artwork
SPIDER GWEN fanart by Haje714

Your body is a canvas, but as with any art, people are bound to interpret it differently regardless of the artist's original intent.
Just as everyone is unique in expression, we are also unique in our perception. And this doesn't always have to lead to contempt, it just often seems to.

The way we modify our appearances--be it through clothes, hair, makeup, piercings, tattoos, surgery, what have you--it all boils down to physically expressing our inner self.

You don't have to agree with something or like something in order to see why someone else would be all for it.
It's called empathy.

"Compare yourself to yourself. You'll never be anyone else."

Sonya Teclai

This is not to say we can't make mistakes, can't have our slip-ups, but instead of thinking you have a free pass in those situations, learn from them and make yourself better for it.

One of if not the biggest contributor to the mistakes I've made in the past was my moral pride.
I was a generally good person that was usually so well-behaved, even in my turbulent teens.
I felt that excused the occasional slip-up here and there, but really, it doesn't.

I have this insatiable desire to decorate my bedroom with the spookiest things I can find.

“We are not strangers to ourselves, we only try to be.”

"More to the point, I know why soldiers, home from war, seldom tell their families about their exploits in more than general terms. We who survive must go on in the names of those who fall, but if we dwell too much on the vivid details of what we've witnessed of man's inhumanity to man, we simply can't go on. Perseverance is impossible if we don't permit ourselves to hope."
--Odd Thomas

I remember when rampant envy plagued me everyday. I wanted what everyone else had and felt less of myself for not having it.
I hated myself.
Now I can just be happy for people and learn to love myself better.

Q: What happens when two opposing individuals take a luck potion?
A: They *both* get lucky~ ❤️

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