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The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines two diametrically opposing descriptions of what is "Normal":

1.b-According (a social expectation) with, or constituting, or not deviating (an implied social "standard") from a norm, rule, or principle.

2.-occuring naturally (which is quite the discrepancy of EXPECTED nature while not yet in full acceptance of ACTUAL differentiation in human personalities). The concept of natural is very much inculcated by society. Yet, "Natural" actually describes the very differentiation itself; people are THEMSELVES, always!!

3.a.-Relating to, or characterized by AVERAGE intelligence or development. This is obviously a criticism of "abnormal" personalities.

b.-free from mental illness, mentally sound. (Here is the derogatory outcry by "supposedly" mentally sound personalities. Such a supposition does not exist in Human Nature. Going awry is the norm, not sheepish obedience to some outlandishly unrealistic rule or principle.

I have met hundreds of differentiating personalities and am continually astounded as to exactly what anyone is trying to impress upon me.

Is anyone able to describe what is "Normal" in their own opinion? I would love to see how this all turns out?!!!

PS. I seriously doubt that there is such a thing as Unity Consciousness. Let me know what you think.

Mind and matter are eternally the same



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12-Oct-19 19:36 by Itatw70s.

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Is the concept of "Normal" a delusion? 390 Itatw70s 12-Oct-19 19:17
Re: Is the concept of "Normal" a delusion? 38 Eddie Larry 12-Oct-19 19:59
Re: Is the concept of "Normal" a delusion? 35 Itatw70s 12-Oct-19 20:34
Re: Is the concept of "Normal" a delusion? 41 drrayeye 12-Oct-19 21:33
Re: Is the concept of "Normal" a delusion? 46 Itatw70s 12-Oct-19 22:06
Re: Is the concept of "Normal" a delusion? 39 Glass Jigsaw 13-Oct-19 00:34
Re: Is the concept of "Normal" a delusion? 42 jazzmumbles 13-Oct-19 02:13
Re: Is the concept of "Normal" a delusion? 42 Itatw70s 13-Oct-19 13:14
Re: Is the concept of "Normal" a delusion? 33 Glass Jigsaw 14-Oct-19 01:11
Re: Is the concept of "Normal" a delusion? 36 Itatw70s 14-Oct-19 11:20
Re: Is the concept of "Normal" a delusion? 29 Glass Jigsaw 14-Oct-19 15:25
Re: Is the concept of "Normal" a delusion? 44 Itatw70s 14-Oct-19 16:22
Re: Is the concept of "Normal" a delusion? 42 CJD1965 17-Oct-19 18:01
Re: Is the concept of "Normal" a delusion? 32 Itatw70s 19-Oct-19 17:53


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