Friday, May 9, 2014

The Risk of Looking Crazy

You don't do what I do without getting the judgement handed to you every now and again.  One of the hardest lessons I had to learn was to stop caring about what other people thought.  It's not easy though.  There are a billion skeptics out there to overrule the few believers.  It can be very frustrating.

A few years back when I decided to embrace this side of myself I knew the "Crazy" talk was going to come with the territory.  I get the side glances and the "mm hmm"s if I openly admit to what I see or do.  I also get the whole "devil worshiper" and "evil!" talk but that's a whole other post.

As the years have progressed and the more open I am about seeing the things I do and making it my life mission to help others I have been exposed to so many open minded and amazing people.  I love what I do.  I love the things I see and experience and I love having the chance to help others.  I'd rather be called crazy for doing what I do than be considered normal for stifling my gifts and not representing myself in an honest way.

Life is way too short to not embrace the things we cannot change and to not be who we really are.  I'll take the crazy side glances any day if it means I'm following my true path.  I think I'm happier and more at peace because of it.

Thank you for reading my blog.

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