A Story of Honesty / Una Historia de Honestidad

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Hay quienes niegan el adoctrinamiento de la sociedad, pobrecitos. El concepto de diferencia no se comprende hasta que se revela que no todos son iguales. Ante tal revelación, hay dos opciones: moldearse para intentar contrarrestar las diferencias y mimetizarse, o bien, ser honesto y tomar la responsabilidad de ser uno mismo. Requiere de valor, porque la sociedad está entrenada para ir en contra de lo distinto, que es percibido como mínimas alteraciones de la paz.

Hay una sola cosa con la que uno no puede ir en contra, el modo de ser. Uno bien puede intentar alterar ciertos elementos, pero la esencia es inalterable. Estas esencias son compuestas, y no siempre concordantemente. La falta de concordancia a menudo obliga a la deshonestidad (más que nada, y la peor de todas: con uno mismo). Ser honesto con sí mismo puede significar un esfuerzo, o ser inevitable, en cuyo caso se vive mejor.

No tiene que ver con ser extremadamente distinto, simplemente un leve desvío de lo convencional ya es marcado por quién no haya podido contra eso, o por quienes ni siquiera pudieron imaginar que podían no ser un personaje de un aviso de productos dietéticos. Sea cual sea lo que lo diferencie a uno del resto del ganado, es lo que tiene que ser valorado y respetado, primero por uno mismo como el mayor de los tesoros. Sí, más que unos zapatitos de Balenciaga.

  • Vestidito de Charlie Brown ♥: Se, me lo armé y soy feliz.
  • Sweater babydoll: Victoria’s Secret.
  • Tapado: Joinus.
  • Pin de troll: Russ, lo armé.
  • Medias escocesas: Vaya uno a saber.
  • Zapatos Enjoying: Melissa- ¿qué más?

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There are those that deny society’s indoctrination, poor bastards. The concept of difference is not yet understood until the fact that not everyone is the same unveils before you. After such revelation, there are two options: To mold oneself to try to even the odds to fit and blend in, or to be honest and assume the responsibility of being oneself. It takes courage for society is trained to go against anything remotely different, wich is perceived as slight alterations of the peace.

There is only one thing that you cannot go against, and that is the way we are. You can try to alter certain elements, but the essence is unchangeable. These essences have a lot of factors, and not necessarily correlated with each other. The lack of cohesiveness often drives to dishonesty (the worst and most awful is with oneself). Being honest with yourself might require an effort, or it could be inevitable, in which case, life is better.

It’s not about being extremely different, just a tiny stray out of the conventional patterns is pointed out by those who couldn’t fight it, or by those that failed to even dare to imagine that they didn’t have to be a character from a diet product’s commercial. Whatever it that sets you apart from the rest of the bunch, is what has to be valued and respected, firstly by yourself, as one of your biggest treasures. Yes, more so than a nice pair of Balenciaga shoes.

  • Dress à la Charlie Brown ♥: Hell yeah, I made it, I’m happy.
  • Babydoll Sweater: Victoria’s Secret.
  • Coat: Joinus.
  • Troll pin: Russ, i put it together.
  • Hosiery: Who knows?
  • Enjoying Shoes: Melissa- What else?
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