Monday, 20 March 2017

We Are Unique: Embrace Yourself As You Are.




I urge you to take a moment today and think about what makes you unique. Whether it is a physical trait that you possess or a quirk of your personality. What makes you soul brighten on your darkest days and brings you joy above all else?

We are all different, all constantly changing amongst one-another. One thing that no-one will ever have (except in the rare case of organ-doning them) is your eyes. The human iris can never be replicated. Every single pair of eyes are unique, down to each little spark of colour within. In time, there will never be another like yours, just like there will never be another you.


Look at those around you; your friends, family, or colleagues, even strangers. What can you see that is new to you? Does someone walk a certain way or run their fingers through their hair at each change that they get? Why is it that certain things draw us closer and others get us to keep our distance from someone? Find these unique quirks of character and compliment a friend on them.

You never know how much these things might make an individual feel odd or weird, but by showing that they
are appreciated, you have already made a positive impact
on someone's life that will not only work to aid their self-
esteem but might even improve their general outlook on life.


We as a society need to stop seeing weird and unique as terms that we need to shy away from. So what if somebody is termed unique? This could easily become a sought after compliment if only we would allow it to be. We should learn to embrace what makes ourselves and others unique and to show the community at large what such unique traits can offer the world of today.





We all have the potential to change the world. It won't always be in the most obvious of ways. Sure, we may not be able to end world hunger on our own, but even simple things can impact the life of another in ways we can't begin to imagine. A single soul can have a profound effect on the world, starting with the smallest of actions.


Let us take up arms and embrace the unique, the different, the otherwise termed weird or unusual. At our lowest, let us remember that there will never (in a million years or more) be another creation exactly like us.

For the rest of time, every one of you is 100 % unique.



-Daccari Buchelli.

 Fantasy Novelist