Furthermore, normal is restricted by culture, nationality, and demographics; one culture’s normal is another’s culture insanity. That alone proves normality is a plastic term that can never exist or stand on its own but always needs the interpretation and input of living beings that have established their individual set of rules and norms that serves their system best. can you do a video about the Hippie car Cowboys on a dark desert highway cool wind in my hair shirt between individual freedom and social acceptance? I feel very torn apart by this since it seems I always trade off one for the other.
Hippie car Cowboys on a dark desert highway cool wind in my hair shirt, hoodie, tank top and sweater
This feeling is the greatest obstacle for my social life since I generally choose individual freedom because social acceptance is much less reliable. If people adopted the view you describe in this video for normality life would be a bit more pleasant for everyone. Instead, it seems people not only force the Hippie car Cowboys on a dark desert highway cool wind in my hair shirt image on themselves but then make me feel guilty for not doing the same. It’s a tough one.
The only progress I made so far was to be less sensible to people’s judgment and blame. In a way I understand their reaction: they put a lot of effort to fit social norms and get social acceptance and then I come along and refuse to make that effort so its only fair for them I don’t get the Hippie car Cowboys on a dark desert highway cool wind in my hair shirt acceptance. Not to mention there are social norms and trends that I find disturbing or bad for me. I feel a duty towards myself to resist them even if it comes at the price of social acceptance.