Why do ou parents tell us, "You are always special and unique. You're one of a kind in the world." But later on when we grow up and want to believe that we can be outstanding, they tell us, "Can't you be normal like everyone else?" So, do they want us to be normal or special? And what do you term 'normal' as anyway? Is being yourself called 'normal'? Then if so why is wanting to be unique termed 'abnormal' by them?
I found this from my old blog. (Which I think of erasing forever, because there are things that I feel should not be there.)
I wonder if I will look back next time and think there in THIS blog there are things that shouldn't be here? Do you get the feeling, sir, that when I say I don't want to feel exposed on my blog, I AM exposing myself? Do I get the feeling that when Faith says I'm matured, she was saying the wrong thing to the wrong person? Yes I do. x) LOL.