Eclectic ♪

                 We all are different from each other. Different likes, interests, appeals, traits, etc. Even if we might share physical features with our siblings, we tend to stand differently. Call it the zodiac effect or the blood group factor or anything, we all are distinctive. So how we share the same image of an idea with someone? How we know that the other person also feels the same about anything?

                                             “Strength lies in differences, not in similarities.”

                 The truth is we don’t. It’s an illusion to think that we’re alike if we are in a group. We are in a group because we all have different perceptions of life, different aspirations and different goals. Isn’t that’s what making us beautiful, colorful, cheerful yet together.

                 Let me be clear here – The article is totally my opinion and it might differ from others. Also, I’m not at all talking about one’s reasons of affection towards their partner. That’s a totally different thing (again in my opinion). I simply believe that when it comes to making pals, a person seeks a difference.

                 The monotony of likeness in thoughts and routine might make us distanced, bored resulting in – what do I say… not being together. Maybe some differ from this thought or they have a different thought on my thought of being together. But the fact we together support the fact we celebrate each other as individuals.

        “For no man seeks to hear his own echo, or to find his reflection in the glass.

                          The unity we constitute is something higher than ourselves.

It will enrich me as a being.”

                 Even though we meet rocky road ahead, we sure will find a way to meet the sunny beach. Jointly we are those moreish flavors of assorted chocolate that takes a unique turn with every bite. You know a lot of different flowers make a pretty bouquet. And that’s how we make for a stunning vision.

“We have become not a melting pot but a beautiful mosaic.

Different people, different beliefs, different yearnings, different hopes, different dreams.”


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