The subtle art of forgiveness

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If you told your past self that you would come to learn one of the simplest yet most intricate fundamental principles of life, would you think that it had anything to do with forgiveness?Would you know that you'd be able to let go of the ugliness that others have made you feel?Would you want to feel vulnerable at your most delicate point?I didn't. I also didn't want anything to do with forgiving people.But now, I realize, that it is my only door towards the future. If we don't learn to forgive o...


Who I am and who I am ashamed to be

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Somebody once told me that the way I was born was going to be the way I would be treated for the rest of my life. I was born as a South Asian Muslim female, but I've never felt as if I could identify as one. Even at a young age, there was this hidden fear that I was always going to be seen as something foreign in the eyes of everyone else. This encouraged me to change myself.When people would ask me where I was from, I would tell them my parents were South Asian, but I was born in America. This...


The Hidden Beauty Of Our Generation

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We are so inclined towards all the bad in the world that we forget about the good things that exist. Not only that, but when other generations scoff at our generation and say we are going to lead the world to extinction, I can't help but wonder why that thought goes through their heads. However, I am a hypocrite in this as I think the same thing myself.We all wonder about the bad and talk about the bad in each generation because that's the only thing we know how to do. It's as if our brains have...


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    Age 15 • 3 Posts