Happiness is a skin that fits.

So many people seem to be unhappy in their skins………………it ranges from those who have jobs they hate, to marriages that are prisons……..to gender issues………………..and it all , generally speaking, is cured by just being the person you believe yourself to be. This isnt easy of course. When I was young, for instance, to admit that you find people of the same gender more attractive than those of the opposite was appallingly difficult. So many people judged you. These days its much simpler. Thank goodness for it too. In the past it would have been terrible to admit that you found pleasure, or some kind of release , in crossdressing. That is coming to a close now too. Marrying to conform, marrying somebody who was foisted on you by your elders, all mistakes that are now slowly coming to an end, although it may not be fast enough for most. Finding oneself in a job that might make a little money, but has no satisfaction……..a job that is beneath you…………a job that doesnt engage the creative person………….I can go on, but it would get boring and I just want to drill (hehe, pun intended) into you that happiness is fleeting, life is short, and there should be no room for not being who you are……..only be being who you are will you find any kind of contentment. I know, because I speak from personal experience…………..I rushed into marriage in order to conform (although I did love her, do love her)………….always envied women (still do sometimes)……..went into work with big ideas that failed to happen because i was just so unsuited to pushing myself in the direction i needed to go (which is where it is now perhaps too late to go, ironically)………….tried to be a fashionista but ran from the comments of big bad boys…………………..and now………….now……………finally……………..Ive come to terms with me. Ive worked it all out. Its not sexual, never was really, i just like it, thats all…………….and between you and me………..people out in the real world now seem to find me interesting……….thats a whole new experience…………..and not pretending…………..thats a great experience.

We all need to follow this one simple rule…………BE WHO YOU ARE .

Love all, hurt none, and walk in soft shoes.

Isi Tart,

p.s. ( I could so be a vicar if not for all the praying and believing and ritual, hehe)

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