Have you been to see Bohemian Rhapsody yet?
If not then even if you are not into queen it is a must see.
There is a beautiful message that underrides the whole film.
This film tells the tale of a young boy who has flaws to his teeth which although stand out and make him look different they actually allow him to hit amazing notes vocally with his voice.
He also struggles with his sexuality in a society that at that time was uncomfortable with accepting that love is love no matter if that’s boy girl, girl girl or boy boy.
A very flamboyant style of clothing was another factor that would prove to make this young man stand out above everyone else around him.
That young man was Freddie Mercury, one of the most iconic showmen of his time.
There are many reasons that this film struck a chord with me, but the one I want to highlight here is that original is always best.
Should Freddie have fixed his teeth or dressed to fit in with the crowd then we would never have known the greatness of this star.
He was iconic because of his flaws.
Every time I meet a new member of the Lotus Fitness Academy my main aim is to encourage them to be themselves, flaws and all.
Through this their true gifts shine through and with that comes confidence and happiness.
When we try to conform to other people’s views of the world we lose the beauty of our own unique sparkle.
So today take a long hard look into yourself and see what makes you original.
For me I am dyslexic and struggle with grammar and speech, I have a pupil that is fixed and dilated and multiple scars upon my body from operations.
But all this has taught me how to be gutsy and tenacious and to see the importance in helping others shine bright whilst leading the way with my own torch.
I would not change a thing about myself because as I am I am perfect, just as you are you are perfect and once we see this we can finally start to travel the path we actually want to walk.
Message for today then has to be to celebrate your flaws.
What flaws make you beautiful?
let me know here