To A More Equal World

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I don’t know about you, but nothing about me ever got into the cookie-cutter mold that society expects us all to be in. I don’t know where and when I will find that world, but someday I hope I do. A world where love is accepted in its truest form and has no religion, no gender. Where love is love regardless of time and age. Love is not about trying to force puzzle pieces to fit each other, it is about falling for someone while being yourself, instead of trying to change to fit into others’ expectations. I don’t expect everyone to understand but I need to come clean and live the way I was supposed to. It’s time to accept our individualities and stand up to make our own choices, even if we have to crash and burn before we learn how to fly.

MAITREYI SIDHARTH BHATIA

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