|Emily AC: Multi-Talented Comedian||
I'm so glad you're all here, with me!
I think it's important to cover insecurities. We all have them. There's nothing wrong with admitting you have them, yourself. The things you're insecure about speak volumns for what you think is important.
The only reason why I want to cover it is because I've met a lot of aspiring stars... they always go into their troubling pasts onstage.
I only started doing it, in-depth, because some of those people went into great detail about childhood traumas. I'd like to point out that doing something like that requires a lot of self-assurance! A person that does that shows acceptance of a bad situation... so long as they talk about moving forward, as well.
If their set is about dwelling on the bad situation... or how they're fucked up or confused--they're going the wrong way about life. They will always be unfulfilled because they want others to accept them.
When you accept yourself and choose to live your life to do good... just because... you feel free. Those that won't accept you always won't. They want you to try and persuade them.
Don't give them that power! Just ask yourself, "What good does impressing this person do me?"
If it could mean getting a job, then ask yourself, "What do I have to do to impress this person?"
If what you have you have to do is bad or shady... it is a psychopathic act and you will deaden yourself a little bit inside. Everytime you do a psychopathic act, this happens.
Doing good deeds has the opposite affect in your brain. Doing good things awakens your senses. This is why doing whatever you can to secure a job is not only dangerous for society... it also endangers your overall health and well-being!!!
So... you should try and find things to enjoy about yourself so you don't have to impress people. Ironically, when you do this... other people flock to you.
It is the strangest thing... when you work toward happiness and you get close to that place... everyone pays attention to you! Practically as soon as you don't care about bullshit...
You have a slew of support!
People support happy people! It isn't jealousy it's admiration. Admiration is good. Especially if you're being admired for wanting to live a good life.
I want every person reading to understand that you have amazing abilities. You already know what they are. Even if your mom or dad or siblings don't like what you do... thousands and thousands of people will. They just haven't heard of you.
If your family hurts you; you don't owe them anything. After age 18; your life is your own. You may do with it as you please. If that bothers your family... your family doesn't love you. Yes, indeed, that's possible. It's a shame. But it happens... it's usually religious homes where bigotry is allowed to live.
I truly believe that most of the family I grew up with does not love me, at all. Mother, most of everyone. I don't care, anymore.
Lemme tell ya' sumthin' else... I've been able to entertain like this since I was a kid! So... I could have gone the comedy route a long time ago just by running away from home at age 18.
I knew god damn well that becoming an entertainer... even. a famous one... would NEVER make me happy. It gives a thrill... most definitely! It's not the same as always feeling alive! Every day... every hour... every minute!
You need to feel love before you can be happy. Love can come from any relationship. Because trust=love.
What's the point of existing if you don't live while you're on the clock?