One thing I discovered, or maybe rediscovered about being human, is that we have a lot of undiscovered abilities and qualities.
The human mind is as fascinating and vast as the physical universe and as deep and wondrous as the blue oceans, yet we know more about our universe and our oceans than about our own mind, and that bothers me.
You don’t have to be an astronaut or a deep sea diver to explore the human nature.
You just have to sit down and relax and you are at the doors of the most exciting discovery adventure of your life!
I have a passion for studying the human nature and of course for finding out new things about myself.
It is a blessing and a curse at the same time.
A blessing because I keep of rediscovering myself in characteristics and aspects I never knew before – some of them positive and some of them of the negative sort as well.
It is a curse because I feel like I am always on shifting sand, just when I think I have it all figured out, my whole belief system comes crumbling down.
For a while I was kind of upset with this situation, it drove me mad, but then some how I learned to like it an look forward to the next incoming disaster.
The problem is that my thoughts are always scattered and although some how it all makes sense to me, every time I am trying to write abut my experiences I get lost on tangents and secondary thoughts and my posts don’t come out as fluid and connected as I envision when I start at the keyboard.
Of course I thought of writing down a plan, but it turned out that it was more difficult than I thought and I got into the same time crisis and of course I gave up.
How do people write a post every day, and then have time for commenting and socializing as well? I wonder.
So here I am again rambling without a notion of where I am going.
I guess I just wanted to apologize for being such a scattered brain.
I am not trying to frustrate anybody I am just being myself.
In my years of therapy practice I have come to the understanding that each individual is unique and the only reason we are not in a constant shock is because we are artificially conforming to accepted standards of social behavior.
We all dress more or less alike, look alike, talk alike and apparently are not very different that the next person, and if some of us dare to challenge the accepted social taboos we promptly marginalize and isolate them.
They become the so called “subculture”.
The truth is that we are so much more diverse and the range of behavior, taste and philosophy we have it is so vaste that each one of us would be considered a weirdo if we would let go of the self imposed social censorship.
Yeah, like you never thought to go to work and let them know what you really think about their company, or you never read one of my posts and wanted to go “WTF are you talking about, are you mentally retarded or what?”
That would be fine because I am as weird as they come but then again you wouldn’t ever get bored with me and my posts :)