October 11, 2003
It's not hard for someone to look in the mirror and see that they're ugly - physically ugly. They turn away and shudder, shiver... undone by their lack of aesthetic value. But what of those people who are ugly inside? Do they realize it? Do they ever think "Wow, I'm a horrible person and I hate myself"? If it is so easy to see the ugliness hanging on a skeleton, why does the scrutiny stop there so often? I'm frustrated by this. It really hurts people's perception of so many others. Not everyone is the same inside as out. Including me.