What would you do if you knew no one would laugh at you?
Would you dare to be creative?
Would express more of who you are?
Would you share your crazy ideas?
What if you learned that those laughing at you were actually laughing because they wish they could be more like you?
That their laughter was masking their pain and deep down they wish they had the courage to do what you are doing.
The story you tell yourself about other people is just that, it’s a story. It’s your narrative, your interpretation of what you think they’re thinking.
This is not a call to abandon personal responsibility.
It’s a call to your soul.
It’s a request for you to turn up the volume just a little more on who you really are.
Don’t let your true nature be extinguished with the passing of time. The world is waiting to hear more from the real you. It’s waiting to laugh with you, not at you.