Who is to say we can stereotype and judge others, when we ourselves are not perfect? Who meets the criteria for normal? Let the truth bring an abundance of knowledge to you; nobody does. We don't meet any norms of normal, we don't adhere to the perfection we should, and we don't have the right to judge someone else, purely because we ourselves are incompetent, and aren't confident in who we are.
"Be daring, be different, be impractical, be anything that will assert integrity of purpose and imaginative vision against the play-it-safers, the creatures of the commonplace, the slaves of the ordinary."
xxx- Cecil Beaton
Color: Blue, in nearly every hue.
Music: Classical, but I dabble in nearly everything.
Book genre: Fantasy!
I adore making puns, having others smile, reading, writing, painting, drawing, photoshop-ing (o-o), dancing, video game-ing, giggling. I also really like making avatars on this site. c:
You can find me mostly in the Pokemon, Word Games, and Barton Town forums.
"Love is a human experience, not a political statement."
Current avatar: A celestial being resided in the heavens, but she also spends some of her time amongst the humans, searching, always searching.