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Sub Category : Self Help
I've not once played human in D&D, nor have I ever played fighter. Not have I ever written a character that was not a freak of nature in at least one way. I dislike normal.
I hate large groups with loud noises, that have no regard for the individuals in it and the individual has no regard for the group. The normal group only forms because there are safety in numbers. Ann outsider can't say that normal is wrong without arguing with the masses. Even though masses are blind. I refuse to be normal, I reject it. I'd rather be alone then blind. But here's the thing, I'm not alone.
There are plenty of people in this world who aren't normal. Not as many to make it normal but enough to where I don't have to be alone. I play D&D and never make a normal character. I talk to myself. I haven't got a clue when it comes to having a religion. I hate loud noises. I dislike loud people. I don't care what you think as long as you do.
I dislike normal because it is a simple survival tactic. Others will protect me the more they are like me. It's a mindset coded in our skulls. Not out of love, not out of kindness, but out of survivability. That is not what I want to be. That's not what I want anyone to be.
People may laugh, sneer, vear away in disgust. But if that's who you are then be it. Accept it and adapt. Let the world sneer but it will just be jealous. The only thing more powerful then destruction is true beauty. So find it first in you, the real you. Then the world.