Growing up, I felt the pressure of looking a little different than everyone else. As a kid, you don’t know the hurtful impact you can have on those around you and I was on the receiving end of bullying and negative comments. I just wanted to be like everyone else, but as I started to fit in, it came with its own array of desires and temptations.
It was easy to push aside my values, in order to appease to the lifestyle around me. I’ve been a part of and seen the culture of media and social networking corrupting teenagers and young adults in this society. We could end up doing things that affect our future, which stick with us for the rest of our lives.
We try to find quick fixes that we think will satisfy us, but they are never enough. This world is so fleeting and temporary, but through God, we are fully restored. I’m not worried about the numbers or accolades, instead, I want to be honest with who I am and what I believe in.
Through God, I understand what I am capable of, regardless of what anybody says. With more exposure, will come more obstacles and I’m ready to face them head-on. It’s cool to see the doors that have opened up thus far and I’m excited to see where this little buzz takes me. Through my career, I will continue to be transparent with my audience, so I hope you’re ready to…