I remember the last time I fall in love. I think at that
time, I was worried about so many things. Usually, things that could be labeled
SOOOOOOO WOMANNN. I feel like I am afraid that I am not beautiful enough. I am
not that slim. At the end, I start to worry about how the men perceived me. It
was probably, the thought of “men are all about visual, and their weakness is
on the eyes.”
Yes, that is unsettling.
Being in love is sometimes means you being irrational.
You know, today…when I carefully think about it. If I try to
really put effort on the look, let’s say wearing make up and touch up every now
and then… or let’s say I do extreme plastic surgery. Would that person like me
back? What about the public response to that? I think what will come is that I
will feel restless.. cuk iki loh insekyur-mu ra uwis-uwis tho.. hmmm, that’s
probably what what triggers mental disorders in people who are addicted to
So, dear anyone daughters, I want to propose new theory..
Instead of spending too much time thinking about how the men
perceived us, it's better to devote your energy to be kind women. I read on
research, that being kind to people will makes us happier. But here is the
mindset that you need to hold to.. it is not because you are ugly and being
kind is the only way out. Nope, the right approach is that there is no point to
emphasized more on using expensive surgery or cosmetics if the purpose is to
attract the man. We do not control the world, let alone human heart!
Also, dear anyone daughters... If you feel
insecure with yourself, try to find out what is your comparative advantage.
Some of you, I think have comparative advantage on the brain.
Therefore, it is not efficient if you keep focus on face. Hahhah.
Then what about being in love? Just keep calm, carry on. HAHHAHA
Dear anyone daughters, I wish in your future, girls grow up
to be confidence. Don’t be sad because your skin is somehow coloured, as just
many soap commercials told you nice skin is white. Don’t be upset if you are
chubby, if you are having freckles and acne. I hope that in the future, anyone
daughters understand to be free interpreting beauty and appreciating