I don't suffer from insanity, I'm enjoying every second of it!

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An amazing thing happens when you get honest with yourself and start doing what you love, what makes you happy. Your life literally slows down. You stop wishing for the weekend. You stop merely looking forward to special events. You begin to live in each moment and you start feeling like a human being. You just ride the wave that is life, with this feeling of contentment and joy. You move fluidly, steadily, calm and grateful. A veil is lifted, and a whole new perspective is born.
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Where to now

Another trans friend/acquaintance took their life on Boxing day.  I wasn’t close to this person by knew them and knew their journey.  Like many others, they had transitioned, had lost most of their family and friends and , while she tried valiantly to succeed in life, it all become too much in the end.  I guess we all find Christmas Day lonely, whether we have transitioned  or still live a closeted existence, but I can fully understand this being a tough time of year many.

In 2013 you would have thought that society should have progressed enough to accept all differences amongst peoples, but you only have to look at gender or race disphoria to see how far we still have to go.  What hope do the shunned and marginalised groups like transexuals have to see peace in the near future.  

So, another transexual down, another in a long line of friends or aquaintences i’ve see struggle and fail to find meaning in a life they didn’t choose and which others all but rarely accept.

When will we mentally evolve to accept everyone for who they are………