For some strange reason I feel like I have to share this with everyone. It is something I have noticed but never wanted to admit.
My name is Genesis. As some of you either religious or into science must know, my name means beginning. I believe my name was given to me not by coincidence nor because I was the first born, but to tell the world who I am. I have always been able to see who people really are no matter how they act. (I can see though their masquerades.) By this power that was invested to me I have desired to give people a new beginning. What I mean by this is that I help them act like themselves by acting the way they would act if they were not ashamed to be themselves this helps them feel confident and become more open. They soon end up making new friends and up being happier more often. I mean they seriously change after a month or two their old friends can't even recognize them they tell me "it's like being with a whole new person" or "what did you do with my friend he or she is so different they are always so happy and cheerful." But who would not be happy to no longer have to put on this big act because of shame or fear of not being accepted.
This I was keeping a secret. My smartest of friends noticed this within three months of knowing me. He told me that I had changed him his words were "Genesis what have you done to me you are turning me into you." I repined by telling him, "I am not turning you into me I have turned me into you so you could see yourself." He later noticed that everyone I meet changed dramatically and very quickly. He accused me of trying to take over the world by making an army of people that thought and acted like me. Though then he saw that I acted different with different people whole persona would change even my voice and the way I laughed.
Also people that were practically strangers to me (people I had only meet once or twice) would talk to me as if they knew me all their life and trust me with their problems. At first I figured maybe they know one of my friends or something but no. They would always tell me they felt like they could trust me and in some strange way knew I would and could understand them.
It's like I wrote on the all about me poem
Who am I?
I am everyone,
Yet I am no one.
And like this I will continue even if I am seen as a weirdo, with the hope of creating an environment in which people can be who they are and not care of what other say about them, a place in which we can all be accepted just the way we are.