Respect those who create without the vision. Respect those who love even when it’s stupid. Respect those who lead even if they dislike their own voice. They’re the ones who break through the atmosphere of norms, and I fully believe that the "unlikely ones" make the strongest impacts in the world - if they dare to.
Over time I’ve grown more and more in love with the "unlikely ones" of the world. They’re my heroes, and reason I don’t have a single role model in my life. I just love the stories of those who thought they couldn’t, but then they did. I look up to those people, and they’re the ones I hope to reflect one day.
I often write about the battle of creativity. If you’ve read previous posts, I’m sure you’ve noticed. But I write about it so often because it’s how I view life. And you might wonder why someone chooses to view life as a battle, in fact, loves that life is a battle. Why choose conflict over freedom?
But don’t you see the issue with that statement? It’s the concept that freedom is the absence of conflict, when in reality, freedom is strength over conflict. That statement contradicts itself. Conflict gives the chance to be creative, creativity is your strength, and your strength is what sets you free. It’s a difficult way of life, but you learn to fall in love with it. You learn to see conflicts as chances. It’s scary at first but it’s worth it in the end.
If you want to give yourself a label, label yourself unlikely.