That might be how it works for them. It’s not how it works for me.
When I find a place to be comfortable, I become part of it. It becomes part of me.
I’m an introvert, extrovert, introvert, who likes to be in a cave, on the stage, in a cave. Please don’t look at me or make me invisible. Don’t leave out or put me on a pedestal. I’m really shy, but I never have stage fright. The difference in all of these is holding the microphone.
All my life I’ve had a feeling that I would do something important, something that only I would make happen. Maybe that’s why I’m such a weird combination of contradictions or maybe I’m so normal that I can’t see it. It seems awfully normal towalk around feeling different, contradictory, and confused.
Isn’t everyone looking for their place in the sun?
I think that mine is hiding somewhere deep inside of me.
−me strauss Letting me be