Problem Children Become Problem Solvers

I used to be ashamed of the mistakes I made.

I barely forgave myself for not being “perfect” like I was “supposed to be”.

Now I see the truth… I was just trying to help people see the problem in the only way I knew how.

Hell, most of the time I didn’t even know that’s what I was doing…

But I knew that something was wrong.

The double standards for men and women?! Seriously??

Schools telling me how to think about things that weren’t important to my path… Needless to say my teachers didn’t like me.

Discrimination? what’s the point? People are People right?

Wrong to society. People are their status, gender, occupations, and shoes they wear.

I was so lost… and that lead me down some darker roads in the beginning, but I found my center.

I came back.

I didn’t stay stuck, lost or insecure.

My pain created enough discomfort to cause me to seek for answers.

And for that, I will be forever grateful!

Much Love,
April Kamara

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