Being a member of a society, being part of a team at work, being a member of a family, being a tiny part of a bigger organization means adapting oneself to the others.
If I don’t feel like doing it, the sooner or later I get the information, I am not accepted by the group.
But where is the line between being different and adjusting to the rest? To which extent I am aloud to think, to talk, and to act differently?
Sometimes, it is difficult to find the right amount of being different.
Sometimes, it is easy to adjust.
It needs courage to be oneself and different than the others; it is like a tightrope walk.
If it is worthwhile, one hardly finds out during lifetime.