Dare To Be Different

Call me crazy
Call me a fool
But I dare to be different
Not be like you
Think what you want
Judge me as you please
But stay out my way
You smelly piece of cheese

People think I am crazy, think I am insane, they think I make a fool out of myself by what I do. Yea maybe I do, but do I care? No because this is my life, so I will live it to the max, I’ll be young wild and free. There’s just one chance at this life, so why do I want to worry what others think about me?

This is my life, I’m the only boss of it and so I will live it how I please.
I will not apologise for being different, so if you want me to give an apology, you know where the door is, how about you try it too, dare to be different.

Live your life for your own satisfaction, not for others satisfaction. Set and achieve your own goals, live your dreams, and live each day like it’s your last because yea, one day it most certainly will be your last here on earth. That could be today, it could be tomorrow, it could be 80 years from now, who knows?

Like I said, you only have one chance at this life, so you have a decision to make. Will you choose to carry on and make the most out of your life and then be rewarded when your time has come to move on? Or do you want to put your life in the bin and put to waste your only chance at accomplishing your dreams?

I certainly know which I will choose, to carry on and make the most out of my life and dare to be different without any worries about what others think of me.

I certainly didn’t worry what others thought of me when I decided to dance in the Apple Store that’s for sure. The video is on my YouTube if you want to watch it.

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Date Published: 22nd January 2014
Posted in: Judging, Self-Esteem,

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