Broken Creatures

Wonderful Zee wrot an amazing article about broken creatures. She captured it perfectly!
This is what I commented: Broken creature feel like aliens: misunderstood and isolated. They lost themselves since they tried to fit in. But there was so much to fit in and therefore the parted in pieces. Now – as you wrote – fallen apart they try to put their pieces together and hide them behind a thick wall. Until that very moment they find out that nothing was broken about them. The broken parts where the shell that never belonged to them but set free the being they denied for so long…… been there!

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Broken creatures are often labelled as selfish… Maybe because they are. In a totally unselfish way.

Once a soul is broken, it is very rare that somebody sees it, somebody fixing it is even rarer. Broken souls are a wonder, they are the most resilience creatures that can ever exist On earth. You see the thing is they are lost but they have so much radiance it illuminates whichever path they pass through. They leave their mark.

Lost where you ask? Themselves of course. Since nobody else can uncover the mystery they are, they themselves try to figure it out. Putting together the puzzle, broken pieces that are. It’s like a Maze within their minds and souls. They are in a constant struggle to find a home where they belong. In the process they become lost, in search. They are forever trying to understand the…

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