So you think you’re average.

Depending on your state of self-esteem you might want to be like the rest, or like those in your crowd, or you may wish to be the best individual you can be, or you can just relax into who you are. I don’t think I’m average. I don’t know if I ever was. So this quote might just apply to me:

The average person thinks he isn’t.
Father Larry Lorenzoni

But I think not. I think (implying by the word ‘think’ that I may be quite wrong) that everyone is different. So, then, if everyone is different it follows that being different is an average state of being.
Doesn’t that put the silly in syllogism?


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