I don’t want to sound stuck up or arrogant by this…but one day a friend of mine told me I’m one in a million…which really made me wonder am I really one in a million??
I mean I bet there’s thousands and thousands of others like me…what really makes me so special?
Well I know my friend told me that as a compliment…but what if I really want to be one in a million? would I sound so egotistic??
Furthermore What obvious scares me is that what if I’m not being my self and if I’m really my self that doesn’t mean there’s no one else like me …a leak of authenticity maybe?
Well there might be someone that carries the same thoughts as mine the same characteristics, Someone that likes to do the same things I do. Someone that got the same style as I do.
So what makes us so special??? How can we be unique if there’s so many people like us?
To wish to be unique is a universal human property. I think that The very existence of uniqueness is not dependent on the judgment of a group of humans.
I asked and so many have told me every human being is "special", one of a kind
But how’ in the world is that???
In other words, there are numerous characteristics and traits common to two specimen of the same species. On the other hand, there are characteristics and traits, which set them apart. But I am not talking here about characters and traits There must exist a quantitative point where it would be safe to say that there’s no difference between outweighs and similarity, the "Point of Uniqueness", in which all individuals are rendered unique.
So what’s the whole use of being unique if all others are too??
More over the worse is being compared to someone!!…I don’t know if it’s right or wrong
Or maybe its a complex …I don’t really know if I’m making any sense out of this either.
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