We come across people in our working place and other occassions telling us that they are different. They feel that they are not ordinary people but they are different in thier approach to solve a problem . They say that they are quite different. When I asked a friend of mine why does he not go to the temple or church as other people. His answer was that he is different and he feels that he need not do as others. Not that he is against religion but being different, he conducts prayer meetings at home.He wants to be truthful to his consious and as long as he does not commit any harm to others he feels good. He doesn't want to follow others as he is a different man.While punishing an erring student the teacher always says that he is different and he follows his own method of correcting pupils. Therefore it is the mind set of some individual to be different. It is good if their approach doesnot harm and wound the feelings of others . Then and then only they can do things differently.

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Comment by Mohyie on June 25, 2012 at 1:55

to be different is a nice and imbues its owner with the full-confidence to innovate unique things and establish neo-approach. but what is not logic, when the person seeks for the difference in light to show off himself as an unique in habits, in a way he insult or take off his identity in sake to satisfy his desire or thrill of differential.

Good to be different, but different in how to benefit society, and not to decline it.

Thank you for this interesting article :) 

Comment by Superman on July 17, 2010 at 12:09
really different !!!
good blog Sir

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