I started reading this book called "The Self-Love Experiment" today. "15 principals for becoming more, kind, compassionate, and accepting ourselves"

Before even beginning to read the book, I started to think about how people, in general, are conditioned to not be happy with themselves. Over weight people are taught they are ugly, black people are taught they aren't good enough, young people are taught they aren't responsible enough - and the list goes on.
I am guilty of not loving myself how I deserve to love myself, and as much as I am overjoyed when it comes to breathing life into the world, I sometimes don't feel I measure up. Why is it hard to love ourselves? Even with a lot of confidence people still struggle. I know, I know..."everyone has insecurities", but does it have to be that way? We, as a whole, have been conditioned to be mean and hateful. I see so many errors in this concept. Humans seem to rather tear each other down than to really work together and be successful.

I hope to take this blog in a new direction. I don't know if I have readers, or if people are even interested in my pinion, but I am interested in putting it in the world. I am very intrigued by motivating others, by supporting crafts and talents of my peers, and really just seeing the love and light in all that I do.

I will still be spotlighting all that I love as far as music and other talented avenues. There's so many people that are in this world who deserves be acknowledged. I hope to grow into a being that can voice my opinions freely because I live for deep, thought-provoking conversations. I also hope to delve further into things I love; writing, photography, graphic design, and supporting.

I look forward to branching out. If you feel the energy and want to share yourself, email me: feedmekicks@yahoo.com