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EVERYONE WANTS TO FIT IN.

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AN OBSERVATION:
we all want to fit in, 
to be included, to be a part of something,
and what i have noticed is that the minority mind, 
always feels a little bit less than
and seems to “try” to fit in.

the majority mind has no need to fit in.
they feel already in
because they see everyone trying to be them.

the observation i see is:
the majority mind operates 
with a completely different set of rules than the minority mind.

that is why it is so important for me to disrupt this
to create a new mind that is based 
not on outward appearances but on what is real.

when we look at the same thing differently, we see
there is no minority or majority mind 
there is a collective mind which i call the mosaic

the mosaic mind sees the diversity of the pieces
and knows that every piece is essential
to make the totality of the mosaic beautiful.
no majority, no minority, only oneness.

how do you see the world?
minority mind? majority mind? or mosaic mind?

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