The 1st thing, someone does when they see such a lengthy post is – just turn away! Nah! Who’s gonna read that! I scrolled over and had the same thought, to be honest. But, you had me in the 1st few lines.😍
My heart sank, my feet trembled as I kept reading it through. I can completely relate to every word you’ve written. Probably it was easy for me to connect with this as my thought process is just like you.😊
This really needs to reach as many people as it can. This is an eye-opener, indeed. People call me crazy since I always talk rationally. Nobody wants to see the mirror and people like us are running to and fro with a huge mirror in our hands.
“Even the models on Instagram don’t look like the models on Instagram.” cracked me up.🤣🤣 That’s so true!
I am in love with your thought process.❤️ I’m your fan already. It’s rare to find people who think so rationally. Humanity is dead but, humans are alive. Sad! We’ve learnt nothing even when our one feet is already in the grave.
I am re-blogging this. This is my 1st re-blog. This is definitely worth a read. Thank you for sharing this, @mayetsworld.😊
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