What a wonderful thought. Oh yeah, that’s right BILLS!
Nice thought but not reality now or ever.
As for the strip why doesn’t anyone on here find it odd that the parents of this child had not instilled enough confidence in him to ignore what the teacher said and to continue expressing himself in his art. I always find it funny that people seem to skip over the part where the person (character) lacks belief in themselves. You should always be able to look in a mirror and say I am worth something.
Not to offend anyone (don’t actually care) but my favorite bible verse is Hebrews 13:6 “The Lord is my helper; I will not be afraid. What can mere mortals do to me?”
As a Christian I always think why would I ever doubt my worth when I am a child of God. Ultimately, who or what ever is your higher power in life should instill in you confidence. Let no one tell you otherwise.
@Gary Olmstead – Love me some Dr. Who. Episode you are referring to is one of my all time favorites. Sad because you know what happens but so sweet the thought that you could show Van Gogh how his work affects people.
Peace, happiness, and self-worth come from inside. Doesn’t matter what is going on around you. Not that we shouldn’t stand up for basic human rights. Not happy with your life then change it.
Sorry! Been one of those weeks.
Safe place is anyplace you’re standing. Someone doesn’t like you, your look, your choices in life. Tell them to get the @#$# out of the way because will walk right over them. Seriously, people quit being victims.
Why in the world would you want to fit in? That seems to be the most boring concept ever.
Home Ec was completely different when I was in school. We did a lot of baking and I sewed one very bad rendition of a blouse. I didn’t learn anything to prepare me for life. I made a mean cherry pie with a lattice top to pass my group for the year though. Yeah me!