I speak out to my brothers and sisters! I speak out to the ones who close their mouths and open their minds before they allow their tongues to whip the air! This is a calling! A great uniting of all that is good and yet held otherwise! Many of you, that I have met, have been brought up as I. We have been told of the evils, told of the sins, told of the scorn held in darkness; and we have loved it! We listen to the music brought upon us by the dark prince himself, because we have been told not too. Many of us have become what we are without ever hearing a good thing of it. We are the rebels. We begin what we do as an action, of which will speak louder than words, and we fall in love with it. We remain ourselves, independent, and yet we enjoy bathing in sameness. We are unlike any others, and yet we are just the same. Unlike many others, we know the truth of seperation; there is none. There are only kings and fools, none greater than the other. One difference is held above the fools for the kings alone. The kings are content with knowledge. We know we are all alike, and names are not tossed about with innocence. There is no greater insult than to call one a name, and it is only used in hate. We do not judge by the appearances, upon which we embellish. We pass our grand judgement from what is beneath the actors mask. Though we know it is nearly unpossible to keep a judgement from passing our brain at sight, it is still possible to keep it behind our lips, only to be released if the personality we meet from speech and actions purposefully thrown at us does not meet the goodness we hope for.
Again; I speak to my brethren. We must set our example upon the wicked, and act in hate only in return to hate. Love for love, and peace for peace. The only other cheek to be turned is that of those who become our enemy! We are the ones they call different. Let us be different, and same in that we open our minds and remain ourselves. To all who do not understand this, you are not meant too. To all those that do, help the others.