HOW DO I TRANSFORM MYSELF?

Transformation takes time! Invest in making each moment better than the last!

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IHaveTheAbilityToTramsformMyLife

Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out. John Wooden

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NO DISTRACTIONS!

Let’s keep our eyes open! Beauty and bliss are all around!

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Have Distraction Got You Off Track?

Most of the times we are distracted by things that interest us and that very same thing can cause us from doing the very thing that we are here to do. You must not allow what you can see to distract you from the thing you are not able to see as yet. Remember, where attention goes energy flows. Focus your attention on your intentions.

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Critical Writing: So Stylish: Keep it Kooky

So Stylish: Keep it Kooky

When something is queer, it seems odd. When something is stylish, it seems right. Together, what makes for a queer style? Gender roles establish normative attitudes and behaviors. Girls wear pink and boys wear blue—this is how we decipher. Progressively, socially accepted personas are pressured unto society.

Therefore, when people deliberately disturb conventions, the ensuing personas and performances tend to perplex those who are out of touch with certain means of expression.

To illustrate, let’s look at two cases contracted by social norms. First, imagine lesbian haircuts. Now, imagine drag queens. Undoubtedly, if you know what these terms mean, you can paint a fair picture; in other words, lesbian haircuts are as predictable as outrageous drag queens. In light of this, think of all the defined classifications imposed upon society—these supposed “acceptations” and “abnormalities”.

Above all, language defines labels; in turn, these definitions offer specific, customized understandings. If we misconstrue expressions or lack a language to communicate, unknown anomalies are deemed uncomfortable and, for some, even threatening. Nevertheless, language gives us the power to change the terms and influence expression. Collectively, we are responsible for our way with words—we must be wise with how words are interpreted. Even so, instead of dictating what is acceptable or not, let us look to the individual represented by the language their labeled by.

Really, who are we to judge?

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On a lighter note, here’s someone who manages queer style beautifully:

http://www.mendaily.com/kristen-stewart-in-tom-munro-photoshoot-for-elle-us-photos-video/