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We're not big and we're not small because who we are can't be measured or compared, not with anyone or anything or any other life out there. We don't have edges, we're not a cliff off a canyon. We don't have sides, we're not a box. We don't have walls. And anyone who tries to climb over yours has surely lost their way because there is no wall to climb. There is just... you. Sad you. Happy you. Hurt you. Brave you. Honest you. Broken you. Angry you. Lonely you. Enthralled you. Fantastic... you.

You're not an object, and though you may feel objectified and on edge, boxed into a life you didn't want, you're actually a platform. You were built by the mercy of your own will to carry on, to keep dancing - to keep smiling because darling, this is theatre!!! And all life is a stage and you're on it. You decide if the show must go on. And the show must go on.

We don't choose this life, you see. It chooses us like a stylist chooses our dress, our costume. Nobody asked to be born into this madness. It just happened. But one day, when the show is over and the madness is done clapping and your actor friends are suddenly gone, you'll choose a different life. A better life.

The life that chose you will follow your lead.

P.S. You can't be measured because you're actually bigger than life, when the show's over.



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