10. Looking and Seeing
I look around. And I really don't see anything except a big bunch of people in a crowded room. But I only chose not to see. There is way to much, too many different people in this room, too many things to look at all at once. I see short skirts, long earrings, bundles of hair. I see torn jeans, too much makeup and colorful extensions. But that's not really the important thing to see. What I really want to look at is what's on the inside of them. They say the outside is supposed to show how we really feel or who we really are, but that's not quite true. Sometimes we use the outside to cover up the inside. So it's not really a help to people who wants to see inside of you. They can't unless we don't care who we are. No one ever show themselves on the outside, because even though we want to, we either have trouble expressing our feelings or just don't want to acknowledge how we really feel inside, so if we don't know, other people have no knowing of knowing either. And sometimes it's nice to have people know who you really are.