Sanity is Subjective
If I had to pick one gem of advice that I have received in my life to share with you, this would be it: “Embrace your Crazy.” We are all unique. There is no such thing as normal or normality.
Normal is a social construct; it is made-up concept by someone who wanted to be the poster child for normal. We all have our definitions of what it means to be normal, and what it means to be crazy.
We judge our craziness. We judge our uniqueness. We appear crazy to other people because we don’t fit into their box they’ve defined as “sanity.” What is normal for you is not normal for someone else.
I believe it is healthy to question your own sanity at times. In fact, I believe it is entirely healthy to question your sanity all the time. When we think someone is crazy, we are actually thinking they are wrong in some way.
When we think we’re doing something crazy, why do we think it is crazy? Is it not normal? By whose definition is it not normal? Happiness is subjective. Sanity is subjective. Life is subjective. Figure out your own definition of what it means to be normal and what it means to fall outside the definition of normal.
If humans were meant to have the same experience, we would all look the same, we would all act the same, and we would all think the same. But we don’t, and we are not the same. So, embrace your crazy, or not. Find your happy place, or not.
Can you get okay with it? So what? Who cares? There is no one way to be happy, just like there is no one way to be normal. Find what works for you and do it that way.
I like to assist others on their journey to awakening by sharing what I have come to understand about the nature of the universe. Thank you for your support by reading this blog. We expand our own knowledge, our own truth, by reading and researching many different ideas to find the ones we resonate with and incorporate into our own truth. Find your truth and live it.