First of all, I would like to congratulate ALL of the champions who have participated in this national event. I was at the Opening Ceremonies on June 15th, where law enforcement representatives and athletes from throughout the United States, who ran together for the Law Enforcement Torch Run, brought the Flame of Hope to light the cauldron at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. It was spectacular!
What is “the norm? ”
Normalcy, in theory is the way in which a collective group or society behaves, in a usual or typical fashion, as a whole, right? So for person to be considered “normal” they must behave like everyone else.
Why the hell does it even matter?
What you consider to be normal doesn’t have to be, nor will it ever be normal for me!
If you were to always base your actions on what your peers or family expects of you, then you are living a pretty stifled life.
Why? Because you place too much value on what others think of you and what they want of you rather than focusing on what really matters:
●You must love yourself and accept yourself for who you are.
●You need to understand yourself before you can change anything, that is if anything really needs changing at all.
●Don’t be afraid to act for yourself.
●Express the you that is 100% you.
If we were all the same; if we were all NORMAL, then there wouldn’t be a word called “unique!”
Information on Asperger Syndrome.
~ Posted by Lily