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To get an idea of what i look like, I am an 16 year old African American boy, born in 1996. I have not decided if I will post a picture of my actual face or not. Ever since I was little, I had this surge of uniqueness. I believe this is not really special since Almost everyone, as a small child, had this spark of uniqueness and creativity. The problem was simply that when they become teens and onwards, this spark is submerged or even completely gone. people start doing things simply because others are doing it. They don't follow what they truly want, but rather what the general population want. I don't particularly like being called weird anymore, because that now leads to being stereotyped. So if you were to call me anything, call me unique. My life, as it is now, is not bad. I could say for a fact that if I wasn't program and dead set on finding this supernaturally unique adventure, I would enjoy my life and all its perks. I would definitely be looking forward to things teens look forward to in life: college life, romance, life as a thug(a joke, a joke), starting a family and the such. But as I am now, all I see with those qualities of a default life, all I see is a loop. and nothing particularly happy comes out of this loop we call life. Whenever I look at a middle age person, or rather, watch them when they don't know I'm watching, I can clearly see sadness in them. Yes, I know everyone feels sadness from time to time, but this is more of a constant, ever-lingering sadness. It's almost as if they are constantly wondering how their life turned out this way. The small children who I've seen grown up to teenagers, and even my brother and cousins seem to be part of this loop. They were pretty carefree and confident with their individuality up until their teenage or preteen year. I know I've made a huge generalization and this defiantly do not imply to every living soul, but I could say that it implies to the vast majority of those people I have seen, whether it is a close as family or as distant as a stranger. Ever heard the phrase, "people want what they never experience"? I believe that phrase hold some truth in it. But why... why haven't I been able to find someone like me? Someone who can help me with finding my Goal? I'm sure there are those who came up with similar thoughts as me seriously. I decided to create a blog for those who know any information about how I can find a supernaturally unique adventure. Please read my different blog posting on what I mean by "supernaturally unique adventure" and other information I gathered so far from my journey to completing this goal. Lastly if you know anything that can help me, please post it on one of my squidoo pages or, if you want to show only me, Email me: email@example.com
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