We’ve all made attempts to fit in. The guy that’s been a mysterious weirdo, has tried enough. This head strong girl you sheepishly compliment ‘dabangg admi’ has had a hard time contemplating her thoughts.
A lot of us prefer to go with the flow, accept how systems are because your rationale self too suggests in favor of pre—existing practices. We are at peace with what is to be done, we just strive to get there.
But there also exist people who do not agree. They just DO NOT. Are you one of them?
Do you agree that once you reach ‘that age’ and ‘that level’ of financial independence, it is best to start looking and get married? Next stop is kids BTW, and you know the drill after.
Can you digest that there are people who don’t believe in evolution? [People other than Phoebe Buffay]
These aren’t the people who were brought up somewhere abroad, or were kept from reality in childhood or were born upside down, wait we were all born upside down.
My point here is not highlighting these people though, but are you that person who doesn’t fit in with the system? You aren’t trying to be cool or portray a rebel, but you just do not see any point in doing what everyone normally does or likes or believes in.
It’s not easy to be that person. One, you need balls to voice your opinion [balls are for phrase reference, don’t pull the feminist trigger], and two, you need to survive the absolutely ear-clogged mind-hogged people who want to CTRL+ALT+DELETE End the hell task out of you because how can you just not believe in the ritual.
Well, if you were wondering you are the ear-clogged mind-hogged person for the other party. It’s mutual unacceptance.
What you don’t have is quantity of people to back you up. So you just gotta convince a lot of people to board your train [ummm, but your opinion is also subject to general logic so I am not saying you are right or wrong] or find strength in your opinion.
You like it so you do, you don’t want to do that, so you don’t. If you try to make people see your side of the grass you will always fear rejection and invite a lot of distress and dissatisfaction.
If you see zero logic in their belief, why do you expect them to see any logic in yours?
But then how do you survive without suffering early hair fall? Keep put. You ought to enjoy your life, but it is not your task to make everyone see how you see things. Believe in your idea, live with it, and find strength in your individuality. Meanwhile if you find someone wearing shoe size 11, just like yours, strike a conversation, you don’t often find people fitting exactly in your shoes. They’ll tell you better stores for large shoes too, and won’t be a reason for early hair fall.