Corazon Stone

Self-Love Begins with Self-Tolerance

When I was young everything felt – alien

Family, friends, school, society, God

All of it felt distorted and wrong somehow

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I fought for my Life

Attempted to belong

Occupied my Mind

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Hated my self

My difference

My indifference

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I was the 👽

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Youthful addictions and suicidal thoughts are not signs of defectiveness or perversion – they’re indicators of one’s gifts of clarity, receptivity and sensitivity – the ability to recognize the enormitude of Life’s majestic beauty in contrast to the mounting insanity that surrounds and engulfs humanity

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Truth and the experience of Love is overwhelming without tools of understanding

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Sensitive Ones see through the insanity as if it were a comic book – while those around them seem as if they’re hooked in the veins to the cartoonish drama – it seems nonsensical and alien

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The unbridled power of Love is experienced and real for Sensitive Ones – often though the experience is interpreted through the eyes of the socially imposed self-critic as depression and despair – unfathomed depths of darkness and loneliness

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And overwhelming Love for the outward does not automatically mean Sensitive Ones are able to deeply Love themselves inwardly – am I right?

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Self-Love starts with the seeds of Self tolerance – the growth begins from within

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This is the way