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Embracing Your True Colors


I’ve always believed that a person should embrace who they are. Embrace your true colors. Embrace your personality and train of thought. No one is the same. No one is perfect. I’m not perfect, nor are you. But in order to survive this dog eat dog world, you have to learn to embrace your uniqueness. You have to learn how to be happy with who you are and you shouldn’t care what others opinions of you are. It is extremely unhealthy to let some silly opinion or review of yourself be tarnished by others thoughts.

When I was growing up, I was extremely introverted and afraid to meet new people due to the fact that I was afraid of what others would say about me. I was bullied by others because I looked different and acted unusual for my age. I enjoyed spending my time in the books and with animals rather than with others my age.
But as soon I hit high school, I got a little extroverted and made some friends that I am still friends with. They accept me for who I am. And I accept them.

Each person is made of a specific color. Color from the rainbow to be exact. I have friends and family who are red, pink, turquoise, orange; among other colors of the rainbow and they are perfectly matched with those colors. A person will show you their true colors over time and one must not judge a person when they bare their true colors. My colour happens to be my favorite one, purple. It represents my soul and personality, and now I’m not scared to show my true colors. And you shouldn’t be afraid to show yours.

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