Life is not static and after numerous stages, you may feel different that yesterday, or that a year ago. The thing is that our personality doesn’t tend to change, yet it does, in a long term.
Let’s talk about the adolescence. It’s a rough stage of life when emotions mix with hormones, and all that old mans’ stuff (it’s truth, but it’s too cliché to write it again). In this stage we’re constantly trying to be somebody. To make people notice us, by being like the rest. It is weird but really understandable; we don’t want to be unique because we feel the rest make fun of that ones.
There is some speaking that in adolescents groups there is always the big island, and the little ones. There is always than big group formed by the “rest”, that sometimes all of the seem to be the same. And the little islands, small groups of 1,2,3,4 people, who are separated from the big group.
So, in the big picture, mostly on the big island, we try to be the same. We are afraid of ourselves and try to get attention, being the same as somebody else who got attention that way (apparently). But in the process we can end up turning into the same old gray sock on the closet. On the other hand, seeing closely, you can tell everybody is different and everyone has something that differs from others, something unique. Sometimes that is hidden, sometimes it’s not.
Either way, everyone is trying to be unique, to be someone different, to be noticed. The thing is that we already are different and unique, and people will eventually see that, always. Nobody is too normal, as nobody is normal. Yes, I’m telling you an abnormal, but I’m too, I’m an abnormal but, who isn’t?