You’re quite eccentric, aren’t you, sun-child? This minute, you’re wild, moments later, you’re mild, something changes about the previous way in which you smiled, as if you have a switch with which you control your lights. It used to make me cry, now I’m somewhat beguiled.
No one can make you the sun they want you to be, there’s more to you than anyone can see, you’re true to yourself and that’s awesome by me, and even if you turn red or green or the colour of the sea, as long as you are happy and as long as you are free, I would still be proud of you, do you hear, sun-child?
Why are you looking to the devil to set you free? It only tightens your chains; is that fact so hard to see? The devil comes in white, the devil dresses in pink, the devil desses in gold, the devil desses in green. The devil dresses in several colours; don’t admire when you ought to flee.
It numbs your pain, and in its absence, it puts you in pain…
That a person has a shining armour does not make them a knight; shining armours won’t make a person a knight overnight. Don’t try too hard to make someone what they are not; don’t try too hard to make them yours.
If someone tells you you can’t do something, certain things might be involved: It could be something they think they can’t do, something they haven’t done, and since they doubt their own abilities, they’d definitely doubt yours.
If it is something they can do, or they have done, they might be trying to protect you from the coming challenges because they were once like you; they might have gone through some challenges that they don’t want you to go through, that they don’t think you are capable enought to go through.
If none of the aforementioned apply, they could be jealous of you because what you want to do is something they’ve not done, something they can/want to do but have not had the opportunity to.