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The expectation of invisibility

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  1. There’s a flip side: those conformists are as invisible as slices of white bread in a bag. And by the time they realize it, it’s too late to stand out or do things differently. Of course, some of them hate the nonconformists – they envy them their courage, among other things. But there are those who just fade to invisibility and die with the “injustice” of having played by the rules for decades, only to be “rewarded” by being cast aside and ignored. The only ultimate equalizer is death. But learning to intentionally create a life that YOU love living is a priceless thing, in the meantime.

  2. Jack Yan says:

    Beautifully put, Holly, thank you. It does take courage to walk outside what society expects of you, and since we all have a limited time on earth, to make a life where you love what you do.

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