Naraku | Kikyo

Life Lesson With NarKik Fandom:

It’s quite common to seek approval and validation from others. We often find ourselves trying to please everyone, exerting ourselves to meet their expectations, and worrying about their opinions. Attempting to please everyone to like Naraku and Kikyo is an impossible task. Each person has their own judgments especially to someone who never liked this ship.

I know it’s really hard, but accepting this truth liberates me from the weight of constantly seeking approval or trying to show everyone that NarKik is still a good ship.

I choose to focus on living authentically and being true to myself instead. I’m prioritizing my own worth and peace throughout this whole thing. My worth and path are not determined by what other people think. Even if they are below-the-belt opinions, their judgments are beyond my influence. Instead of crying over negative viewpoints and disapproval of the NarKik ship, I used to view them as reminders of my resilience and determination. I’ve given up worrying about things like other people’s judgements that are… you know, beyond my control.

The older I got, the more I understood that it’s okay to live a life that others don’t understand. I know it may sound crazy, but the only validation I truly need is my own self-belief. As long as it brings me happiness and God knows I never harm other people, I will always embrace my unique perspective on the NarKik ship.