Everyone feels special once in a while, and you should, you may be doing stuff that no one in your perimeter dares to do. Perhaps asking that girl out, or performing that crazy stunt. It’s those things that makes us unique, and continuously keeps our life-force flowing. But what if you where to realize that you are not the only one who does those things? What if there is another person out there in the big world, just like me? A individual who’s doing all of these things, just like me.
The quote Another brick in the wall has been used many times, and I think it implies that you are not as special as you might think. You are just one out of many so to speak. In many ways that’s true, although, many will confront you with arguments against that idea. That it isn’t true and we are all special in our own unique way. The question isn’t who’s right and who’s wrong, but how the question arrived to the community.
It always start with philosophy, a few or allot of people is having a conversation about life and they come to a halt. That is where the community shows it’s interest and picks up where they left of. The question goes unanswered for years, is forgotten, remembered, and the cycle continues. I’m not quite sure if this is a philosophical- or social question, it goes both ways. It attracts philosophers, and is essential for a social network. Yet, it’s unanswered.
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