Our lives are all different and yet the same

Posted by on Oct 14, 2008 in Relationships | 0 comments

Time to grow up.
Time to act the way you’re supposed to act when you’ve passed 30.
Time to become ‘normal’.

…and we all know what ‘normal’ is?

  • Being approximately average or within certain limits in intelligence and development
  • Conforming with a social norm or standard
  • Functioning or occurring in a natural way
  • Lacking observable abnormalities or deficiencies; not abnormal
  • Free from mental illness; sane

I think ‘normal’ is in the eyes of the beholder. There is so many different ways of being normal that there is no standardized ‘Normal’ that could be applied to all individuals in every culture and sub-culture. I am normal Here but not There and vice versa.

“We have become not a melting pot but a beautiful mosaic. Different people, different beliefs, different yearnings, different hopes, different dreams.”

- Jimmy Carter

At the end of the day you decide what is Normal to you. I just wish that we can create a world where we can live side by side and not even think about what’s Normal or not. Everybody’s different, but we are all here trying to live our lives the way we think is the best way. Let us do that. Let us live the way we want to and live your life the way you want to. Be interested in other people – not judge them by appearance. Love instead of fear your fellow beings.

Make sure there is peace where you live – the butterfly effect will sort the rest of the world out.

“We all live with the objective of being happy; our lives are all different and yet the same.”
- Anne Frank -




Tess is a location independent Swedish emarketing tigress, and the founder of For the Love of SEO and owner of JoomlaTips. Follow Tess on Twitter: @tessneale / @joomlatips / @fortheloveofseo and Google Plus: Tess Neale

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