If we are looking at the part of the definition related to being remarkable or exceptional, I'm ordinary, and I am ok with that. My kids are my priority. In a lot of ways I would have to starve them of attention if I were to be extraordinary or remarkable in/at anything other than parenting.
If we are looking at the part of the definition related to being unusual, well then I guess I am extraordinary, and I am ok with that too! I have no desire to fit into the usual or normal part of the population. The usual is boring.
I like to think I'm extraordinarily ordinary. If I was supposing I guess it may be like the following. I'm like that electron orbiting the nucleus in the outer ring. I can easily move from one atom to another or am what makes that element a good conductor like silver. Or, I go with the flow, but cause there to be change. That change is the atom I leave becomes unstable while the one I go to becomes stable. But, another electron takes my place also going with the flow. In other words as I move I transfer energy. Or, I am extraordinary. All the while that occurs existing in any outer ring and moving to another my properties of state remains the same I am a simple electron or ordinary. I just happen to be in the outer ring not by my choice, but of nature.
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