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Monsters vs Beautiful People

Posted by Kyrie , 16 March 2012 · 33 views

Monsters donít feel remorse; do not have empathy or compassion. Monsters know the difference between right and wrong, they just donít care. Monsters will do despicable things to other people and enjoy it. Monsters are cold and cruel and only care about themselves. Monsters sometimes wear a mask of warmth and kindness and can be gentle while they tear someone apart. Monsters tell lies and try to keep the truth hidden. Monsters although appearing strong, are actually very weak. Monsters are empty, twisted husks of human beings. Monsters never think of themselves as monsters. Monsters are not invincible.

Beautiful people feel guilty about things that arenít their fault; they take on guilt that is not their burden to bear. Beautiful people are still kind to others, even after theyíve gone through something horrible. Beautiful people are stronger then they realize (even and especially when they feel the most vulnerable). Beautiful people listen and donít judge. Beautiful people donít always see themselves clearly. Beautiful people feel pain. Beautiful people can have scars inside and out. Beautiful people cry because they have been strong for too long (not because they are weak). Beautiful people are never completely lost in darkness; the light from within them can never be extinguished. Beautiful people keep holding on despite everything. Beautiful people always have hope, even if they canít see it. Beautiful people weather storms that batter, bruise, and bend, and come out the other end worse for wear but unbroken. Beautiful people sometimes see themselves as burdens. Beautiful people have so much to give to the world and add to it just by being here. Beautiful people are survivors. Beautiful people inspire me every day here at Pandys.

"Only the weak are cruel. Gentleness can only be expected from the strong."
-Leo Buscaglia

I like what you wrote Kyrie, there is much truth in it. It's scary how these monsters can sometimes hide behind a guise or veneer that they are good people, when they are not.

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