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16 December 2003 @ 10:09 pm
Acknowledgment...  
I truly believe I am not normal.

I know I do things that are not considered normal.

I believe the love that I share with Brandon is beyond the normal.

But I think that these things really should be normal. They are the way they are supposed to be.

I wish for you all to find it. I hope, someday, I will be able to share it with you somehow. Because I know that I can.
 
 
Mood: seriously abnormally me
Music: Bjork - In The Musicals
 
 
 
ex0teric on December 17th, 2003 12:58 am (UTC)
Awesome :D
That bitter, angry fuckhead from the futurehalopro on December 17th, 2003 03:02 am (UTC)
The existence of something new predicates change.

What is normal must change due to the existence of what is not normal.

Congratulations. You are a revolutionary, apparently without even trying.
Brian: Iron Giant - Warm sympatheticdigibri on December 17th, 2003 07:44 am (UTC)
In my vernacular, normal=average and abnormal=unique. In my mind I equate 'average' as 'mediocre'.
Neither of these are value judgements, neither are "good" or "bad".

The only advantage I've ever seen to striving for average or "being normal" is that it makes it easier for one to not ruffle normal people's feathers.

Feathers that I fervently believe are in desperate need of ruffling. Of course, being different often makes it hard to find a good person to date, or get along in Corporate Amerika(tm), but them's the brakes for being special.

B.

DISCLAIMER:
This has been a tiny look inside of my brain. The thoughts shared from within the peaks and valleys of my cerebelum are not intended to be judgements, pronouncements, or an exposition of the 'One True Way'. Any interpreation of these comments as confrontational is the responsibility of the reader.
Brian: Iron Giant - Warm sympatheticdigibri on December 17th, 2003 07:44 am (UTC)
In my vernacular, normal=average and abnormal=unique. In my mind I equate 'average' as 'mediocre'.
Neither of these are value judgements, neither are "good" or "bad".

The only advantage I've ever seen to striving for average or "being normal" is that it makes it easier for one to not ruffle normal people's feathers.

Feathers that I fervently believe are in desperate need of ruffling. Of course, being different often makes it hard to find a good person to date, or get along in Corporate Amerika(tm), but them's the brakes for being special.

B.

DISCLAIMER:
This has been a tiny look inside of my brain. The thoughts shared from within the peaks and valleys of my cerebelum are not intended to be judgements, pronouncements, or an exposition of the 'One True Way'. Any interpreation of these comments as confrontational is the responsibility of the reader.
Torin/Darren WhoEver: freak!wolfieboy on December 17th, 2003 05:01 pm (UTC)
Re: Acknowledgment
I agree completely. As a kid, I kept trying to fit in and be normal. I tried to be an adult.
Now that I'm in my mid-thirties, I celebrate being different and I glory in being childlike when I can.

We're quite glad that you do things that aren't considered normal. The love that you and Brandon share fills me with delight. Love breaks rules as part of its existence.

Celebration of the beauty of uniqueness is definitely something I want to have as the norm. I figure the best way to do this for now is to live it as an example.

Good luck with the sharing.
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poopbot on December 18th, 2003 06:53 pm (UTC)
yaaaaaaaay!