I know you used to see me in my long and straight hair. The time I started to dye my hair, you commented that black is still better than light brown.
When I cut my hair short, you flattered me.
After I cut my front hair to full bangs, you told me I looked like an alien, seriously? I should have felt offended, but to my relief, I did not. It seems that I have annoyed you of my new hairstyle, sorry for that, but why do you hate my bangs?
I think it’s not all about my hairstyle. Maybe you hate my guts and the way I anticipated changes. The fact that I am not anxious about the circumstances made you think I am silly and careless. Oh please, it’s just a hair.
There is always an ample room for improvement and of course, we need to get out from our comfort zone to achieve it. If changing something for yourself leads you to open the door for transformation, then why to hesitate.
Change is constant and “the only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance.”
Yes, let’s dance my friend, she bangs, she bangs, oh baby when she moves, she moves..