He chooses to look at humanity in a different shade of light.

He doesn’t have to know someone completely to care.

He will offer his wisdom for those who may benefit.

He can recognize the troubled.

He steers clear of the fake plastic and formalities.

He stands as unique, different, and has learned to accept he is the 1%.

All he wants to do is understand people.

All he wants is to put himself in their shoes.

Perhaps his honesty comes off as grotesque since it is so profoundly raw.

He knows what will be stated at his eulogy.

He is “peculiar, off, and seems to live in his own little world.”

Perhaps he tries to see things from above.

Perhaps he is just that damn honest so the individuals at the funeral will know exactly what he thought of them.

He doesn’t want to die with secrets in his head.


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