I neither expect abundance of love, nor less love. It’s just confusing to encounter unproportional love.
I used to think I am weak, susceptible to all sorts of emotions and deserved less. All because I couldn’t comprehend and withstand the nature of tears cooking up in my eyes in times of trouble.
We are what we think we are.
It’s not my decision to be a woman, but I don’t see why a woman should be any less of a man.
I have cold-storaged criticisms from biased thinkers. I ignore people who intentionally try to bring me down, and dedicate my attention to those who care. I respect all living things with hope to receive the same.
Loudly, I cry when I couldn’t express how I feel.
Unsuppressed, I laugh when I made mistakes.
Confidently, I accumulate pride just like any other beings.
Proudly, I celebrate when I succeed.
Persistently, I compete like everyone deserves.
Courageously, I protect my opinions without warrant.
I cherish all those journeys of happiness and sadness.
In all fairness I thank those who supported me forward.
It would be wrong to feel I have a mind of a man that trapped in a woman’s body.
It is only right to say that I am a resilient woman.
“Once made equal to man, woman becomes his superior” – Socrates
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