Everyone has their own flaws, even if you don't see it. For some reason, people tend to bring us down because of our flaws, making us feel insecure and embarrassed for not be as 'perfect' as everyone else who doesn't share the same problem. It took me a while to realize that it shouldn't matter. Don't be ashamed of your natural flaws, for everything has its own benefits. I for one, am a very blurred person, I'm always the last one to understand a joke or sarcastic comment. Whenever I don't know what's going on, people laugh and tease me for being slower to understand. Whenever I ask them to repeat something I'm confused about, sometimes they'd refuse to tell me because I'll never understand. Maybe they don't realize it, but it hurts. I didn't ask to be born this way, to think differently compared to everyone else. Even though it's a very minor problem, but when people judge, it's a painful stab in the back.

But then, I realized that being blurred isn't completely a bad thing. If I'm blurred about useless things that don't matter, that's great! I have more important things to care about, and if people are gossiping and talking about bad things, then I know I'll be thankful I'm a little blurred. Blurred people think a little differently. They DO try to understand things that confuse them. They think in a different angle compared to everyone else, which is why they see things differently sometimes. And it's actually a good thing, it makes them have different ideas.

I'm still a little blurred sometimes, but I think I've improve a lot since Primary 6, alhamdulillah. I used to be paranoid with people calling me blurred and all, but oh well that makes me special and different from them :P And I know that they themselves have their own flaws, whether I'm aware of it or not, so I shouldn't feel like they're better than me as a whole. What truly matters in the end anyway are your intentions and actions. People's judgements hurt, yes. But don't let it get to you. Remember that nobody's perfect, and the criticism positively. Prove to them that despite your imperfections and flaws, you're still a good person with a good heart and have a lot to offer the world.

In conclusion, flaws have benefits, and nobody's perfect. Allah's creations are all beautiful, and only He can judge what He has created. In His eyes, they're not flaws at all.

Do you have a flaw? Yes? Well don't worry, everyone else does too.
What makes you wiser is how you deal with it =)

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