It's good to be me.
Not because of achievements, not because of anything that is considered "cool" in society. From the world's point of view, I don't have anything. What do I own? My dresses? 250 ponds on my frame? Some gray hair?
But I am cool with me just the way I am.
I am kind.
I am compassionate.
I am fun.
I am intelligent.
I am open-minded.
I am accepting.
I have a broad views of life.
I am talented.
I live from my heart.
I speak from my heart.
I do things because I believe in them, not because they bring me the world recognition, not because they bring me money, not because they bring me acceptance from my peers.
I knew some sincere friendships, and I knew some sever deceptions.
I know loneliness, but I also know true love.
I believe in miracles, and I believe that truth is simple.
I believe that I can be what I want to be. Fortunately, my desire is not to become a ballerina.
Not that I don't want the success and recognition - I do, as much as the next person.
But they never affect my life decisions, not once.
If I was able to leave all the material possessions and financial gain and start my life from scratch, with a little child on my hands, in a foreign country, having nothing but love and trust to support me, I can do anything.
I don't judge others. I don't always agree with their choices, but I don't have to - their life, their choices. I don't want to judge, no more than I want to be judged.
It's fun to be me - to love rain and fairy tales, to believe that anything is possible, to know that everything I need is always within me, that I am able to create, that I don't have to be loud, competitive and aggressive to be good at what I want to be good.
It's fun to be me - to be able of deep feelings and daring dreams, and unique view of what life is all about.