I totally understand his viewpoint. On Halloween, people use Cross Gloria’s daughter of God my scars tell a story shirt scars and call them “scary, horrific, terrifying” etc. Once Halloween is over, they take those off and never hear those words again. He carries his scars and those words with him every day. Totally get it. Lola Floris R u for real? First of all, I’m sure you went through hell in the healing process, but the way they look now is absolutely amazing. Very, very artistic. Second of all, you have no business telling others how they can explore the idea of their own vulnerability, mortality, fear, etc. while doing art or having fun.
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HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH YOU. jeez…Louize Speakman, I have always thought that made up “wounds” were a step too far. This poor man is a survivor and bears his scars with dignity. Totally on his point of view here, Chelsea Towers Yada Yada Yada listens, mate, we all have scars which we are proud of because it means we are survivors… I still celebrate Halloween I think it’s you who needs help not the public who celebrate Halloween once a Gloria daughter of God my scars tell a story shirt year fml get a life ya can’t go through like being offended at daft stuff. Being a fire survivor with scars.
I relate with this guy in terms of his journey to self-love, as its something I have had to deal with all my life. But I think he is turning this into an I want my 5 mins of fame. It seems everyone this day has got to have something to moan about and be offended about. It’s actually getting pretty annoying.
My advice to him, be thankful, you are alive, your scars are not so bad, they are healed and hidden, because, they are a lot more people who have it worse, or even worse, dead! BBC