Celebrating Our Scars

Mon, 12/01/2014 - 09:20
Submitted by Carlin Ross
Editor in Chief & Keeper of All Things Betty Dodson

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love your scares

Mon, 12/01/2014 - 19:56
deni (not verified)

i have learned to love my scars in my childhood. scars express the most intense form if the past of a human beeind. every scar want to tell a there story even in the human dont wont to share.
a life of a scar is in minimum as complex as the human being, I think even more more complex. there shades define the deepth. the deepth to the soul of there carrier.
and I have learned that some will response to other natural forms of nature. sometimes it is just the clothings they are response to. some time it is the nature, like a storm. and sometimes just another thing. but in any way the skin and flesh around the scar are more sensitive for touch.
it is like the skin and the brain have to learn the the feeling from a beeing touch.
so dont be to harsh to scar.
nothing is so close of being (a part) together or to be apart as a scar.