Show me!

What is it about those who are different, those who stand out, that causes some of us to celebrate them and others to fear, suppress or even try to destroy them? Who wants to live in a world of black and white? Celebrate the unique.  Encourage the strange.  Love the color.  Uplift the oddball. Because when it all boils down to it, we struggle within ourselves.  We all have something about us that the mainstream find weird.  We are all bursting to set that part of us free.  Do it.  Show it. I want to see!

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43 responses to “Show me!

  1. It’s good to be unique. Being like everything or everyone else is boring and dull. Stand up and stand out from all the others and then you’ve earned the right to be special. Your photos captured the essence of how important it is to be different.

  2. Perhaps it’s time for us to understand that we can be unique, ordinary, fit in, and stand out all at once. And that’s to be celebrated! LOVE that tree-bark! xoM

  3. I like your photos… are you in New England area? The Cake Ladies shop looked familiar. I think people who stand out usually cause others to think or feel, which many people would rather reject, push away, attack or recoil from because maybe it challenges them in ways that they are not ready to be challenged in…

  4. Just realize that you can’t be anyone else so you have to be the best you that you can be. That makes you unique. Weird just comes naturally for some of us. :)

  5. You have a joyful blog, and this is an insightful post! Reminded me of the Einstein quote about everyone is a genius and the fish.

    Keep it up =)

  6. Hi Seth,
    I am loving your sentiments.
    We are each sturggling between the love and fear, light and dark.
    I also, I will admit..
    As usual, I am enjoying the “ambiance” of your photos…

  7. Thank you, Seth.

    Bigotry, envy and blind hatred are illogal, inane, counterproductive and immoral. Ther aren’t any excuses for being willfully ignorant, oppressive, suppressive or destructive.

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