Most people seem to think that their lives are largely shaped by “major” events.
But in reality, it’s the chance meetings, and the random decisions, and the spur-of-the-moment acts that have the biggest impact on our lives.
In other words, it’s actually the little things that matter most.
Most of us grow up believing we are normal. But others who may act or think much differently than us believe the same thing. Does that mean there’s no such thing as “normal”? Or does that mean we are all abnormal?