It’s okay to be flawed

Do you want to be in good books of everyone?

Do you want to be treated special?

Do you want to be the centre of attention in a group?

Well, this blog today, is not gonna be anything about ‘tips to get famous’ or ‘how to be celebrated’ kinda topics. This blog today is all about how okay it is to be flawed. We always have been so conscious about our bodies, behaviours, attitudes, and conducts. We take eternity to grow ourselves into somebody, we’ve always admired. We take forever to transform ourselves into what the society demands us to be (#Following the trend). But we never bring ourselves down to the thought about why isn’t it okay to be what we’ve been grown with. Why isn’t it okay to live with what we’ve inherited? Why isn’t it okay the way it is?

People usually feel bad and curse themselves for being fat, or having a face full of scars, or not being able to work in a certain way and god knows what not! They continuously blame themselves for the fact, that they aren’t as capable as the people they aspire are. In this whole process, they mislead themselves to an extent, where they start talking and behaving in the same way. But least do they know that bare imitating the other person won’t lead them to become the same person. People need to understand that each person born on this earth has his/her own aura, own vibe, a little something that differentiates them from others and by mere imitating someone, they can’t steal all of it from them. Rather, all what would happen is that in this whole procedure, they would miss out on their own self. They would lose the only thing that separates them from the crowd. 

Forgetting all of it, first let’s find out the reasons for why everybody today craves for attention. 

        To feel dominant

        To feel special

        To feel loved

        To manipulate

        To influence and so on…

Now let’s have a glimpse on what they do to gain attention.





        Use the fake card

Time to look at the kind of people who are in a desperate need to seek attention.

        People with low self esteem

        People with less self-respect

        People with deadly sufferings

        People with insecurity and trust issues

        People who don’t feel self sufficient

Often, you would hear people referring somebody as ‘flawless’, just by looking at his/her face, figure, physique, clothes etc etc. I mean how silly and irrelevant of them to even believe that there can be somebody who’s completely ‘flawless’. Nothing on this earth is ever flawless. From a human body to the evergreen beautiful nature, from the open wide sea to little crawling insects; nothing is perfect. Is it so unrecognisable that due to the existence of word ‘imperfect’, there is the survival of word ‘perfect’? Or that the existence of word ‘flaw’ validates the survival of the word ‘flawless’? 

It is okay to feel the beauty and imagine the positivity every time but it is even more okay to stumble and trip in life, to know that it won’t cause you any pain to be you, to understand that it’s completely effortless to act you and it is completely acceptable to value your flaws. Trust me, being broken makes much more sense than to pretend being tough and unbreakable, for the shattered pieces have nothing to lose while the resilient continuously live in the fear to lose out!


Riya Aga

I’m a lifestyle blogger and content writer. My duty is to convert one's feelings and oral ideas to aesthetically beautiful words. I am open-minded and focused on new developments in my field. I have proven to be effective and motivational, with proficiency in motivation and collaborative work. I enjoy brainstorming and coordinating efforts to achieve a common goal. I believe in working in an environment which encourages me to succeed and grow professionally where I can utilize my skills and knowledge appropriately.

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