Derald Posted March 29, 2006 Share Posted March 29, 2006 [FONT=Tahoma][SIZE=1][COLOR=Sienna]Hello, I am insane. Why am I insane? Because I fall under that label in society. Seriously though, what really draws the line when it comes to sanity? What is it that separates "regular" and "abnormal" when it comes to behavior? As far as I see, it's all just point-of-view. Did it ever occur to you that [B]you[/B] may be the one who is insane, and the accused is perfectly normal? What [B]is[/B] insanity? The reason I titled this thread as such is this: the entire notion of insanity is formless. There is no concrete example of insane. Why? Because no matter how you may view something, it's only your viewpoint, and that something may be the most normal something to someone else. I've heard a saying that goes, "The only things that separate a genius and a madman are degrees of success." Do you see sense in this saying? Tell me, what, if anything, do you see as insane? Why do you see it as insane? Post your thoughts, and see what the views of others are.[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT] Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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