Have you ever felt out of this world? Someone told me once, that standing up after falling was pointless cause you'll always fall again and standing up several times will hurt and more if you are "different".

The word "different" has been cataloged in many ways.

"A polite way of saying something is unpleasantly weird or unacceptable."

"Something everybody is scared to be, for the fear of being rejected by society. Those who are different are often labeled as: weird, crazy, deficient, stupid or a loser."

The big deal in here is that some of us believe that having diabetes is being "different" which is NOT TRUE, having diabetes implies LIVING different and NOT in a deficient, stupid or weird way

Although I have to admit I've felt out of this world even different...when I sing! My friends keep staring at me like if I was crazy! My voice is so bad! xD

Tell me why and when do you feel out of this world it does not have to be of diabetes. XD

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Comment by Qayoom on December 27, 2009 at 10:28pm
We never get what we wan

We never get what we want,
We never want what we get,
We never have what we like,
We never like what we have.
And still we live & love.
That's life...

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