Flaws Quotes



love your imperfections, every angle
tomorrow comes and goes before you know




This is the world we live in. People relying on each other’s mistakes to manipulate one another and use one another, even relate to one another. A warm, messy circle of humanity.




 “You can find the flaws in anything,” said  

the man who finds flaws in me more readily than anybody else I know. Despite this, it's my favorite criticism on my character I've ever been given because it is so profoundly true, so obvious yet overlooked. You see this facet of me clear as day while failing to understand most everything else about me, and perhaps that's what makes the frank observation so special.

So, Dad, I'll hand it to you: I am shrewd, I am nitpicky. I pull things apart with my eyes and my mind. I'm not easygoing or complacent. I see how things are and how they can be improved, and it drives you crazy because you don't want to look that long and hard at what's right in front of you. Giving it a nod of approval is easier. I appreciate your honest assessment of this difference between us.

What I like less is how, too preoccupied with vilifying me at any given opportunity for my high standards of work and material objects, you never acknowledge my softer, more accepting policy on human beings. I do not ridicule imperfections in people, but love and celebrate them. I put aside my frenzied analyzations and sometimes peer through rose-colored lenses.

Maybe you don't want to talk about this part of me because it's gotten me into trouble a time or two, and you don't want to think about the pain it's caused me. Maybe you're just too busy wanting to tone down the harsher half of me, that constantly pushes me to create bigger and better things, even though having a sharp head on my shoulders won't crush me like having a heart of gold hang heavily in my chest. One day these opposing pieces coexisting side by side might rip me apart, and I think that possibility scares you so you're trying to make the one meld harmoniously into the other, hammering them down with blunt force words.

But, Dad, you have to take your own advice. You're always telling me to let things be, let things go. Now you should do the same for me. Let me be all that I am and let me both suffer the consequences and reap the rewards that result. I'm still figuring it all out, but I know for a fact that it's all okay. Thank you for helping me to realize what, in eighteen years, you haven't yet yourself. I love you.
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         Most human beings are quite likable if you do not see too much 
  oF  THem.

2 hour delays for school don't work for me.
By the time the school calls the delay, I'm already up and on the bus,
halfway to school
There's a hole in my soul



 
I can't fill it.

 



Is it really that bad if someone sees who you are? Why is it humans have a problem with letting someone else see that they are human?

 

Don't look at me
You will see my flaws 
Don't look at me
You'll see my Axiety
Don't look at me
You'll see my scars
Don't look at me
you will see my lonelyness
don't look at me,
U will see my fat
Don't look at me..
You will see my monsters..
Its so easy to hate yourself when you can see all the flaws.
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