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It's a strange concept but it's a fact of life too. From the moment we leave the womb we are individual, different to everyone of the 7•5 billion other people that inhabit this rock. Each of us has a fingerprint that is unique to us, a DNA code that no one else has. We may grow up with white, brown or black pigment, blue, green or brown eyes but no one will be the same.
So what are the chances of that? Well it's 7•5 billion to 1.
Yet from the moment we are born we are classed, sorted and rammed into a round hole even though we are square pegs. We are put into uniforms and educated to conform to societies standards. Demands are made of us to be part of a civilisation that will keep on churning out more of us the same.
We are canon fodder for the governments, payees into a system we cannot escape, led to believe we are free to be what we want but as soon as we step out of the norm we are dragged back kicking and screaming. Fed drugs to bring us back into line so the conformists can rest comfortably at night.
Maybe it's time we celebrated our differences instead of going to war over them, maybe it's time we learnt to accept what we are, who others are, before it's too late.
Be different, be free.
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