religious folk underestimate me the most.
tired of being condemned for being transparent when other people do things worse than me behind closed doors and get masquerade praises.
tired of being labeled "crazy" when in actuality you have only seen a fraction of what goes on in my head.
tired of religion.
tired of fake smiles.
tired of ppl not believing I don't have any hidden agendas because they have no concept of what it's like to be real.
tired of ppl not realizing how many ppl I help when they talk about me.
tired of ppl not realizing I know exactly what I'm doing.
tired of ppl thinking they know me better than I know myself.
tired of feeling like I fit in more with the drug dealers and strippers than ppl who pretend to love God.
tired of ulterior motives.
tired of fake.
tired of ppl that don't really want to grow.
tired of ppl forming an opinion about me without attempting to scratch the surface.
tired of ppl thinking I care about rules and regulations at the expense of not being who I was created to be and impacting the ppl I do.
I guess you could say that classic line: I'm tired of being misunderstood.
tired of ppl not knowing where my heart is... that just shows me their heart isn't right.
don't judge a book by its cover if you're illiterate.
tired of ppl thinking they know everything and I know nothing just because they're older than me.
I realized at the age of 8 in the 3rd grade that I was gonna have a life of being misunderstood and I like it because it plays with minds.
you can't fully figure me out and I like it that way. figured out ppl become boring. you're boring.
we are not the same.
people want everybody to be the same and be in the same box.
I think while God was making me he chuckled.
my birth name initials are literally "LOL" I was made to troll the world.
you know the easiest way to figure something out about me that some ppl have discovered? it's revolutionary.
it's called just ask me.
all you have to do is ask... that saves you your false assumptions and incomplete conclusions.
then Jesus told them, “A prophet is honored everywhere except in his own hometown and among his relatives and his own family.” (Mark 6:4)