I tried to take the road less traveled by
But nothing seems to work the first few times
We are living in a world where everything is created for us. That even the path of non-conforming is already filled with choices. But one thing I don’t understand is that the majority almost always win. Fine, they are superior and the human race should favor them because they’re greater in number, and in most cases all of us are part of a certain majority. But why are those who opt to differ are deemed as weird, off, eccentric, or even crazy? Most people just don’t seem to care, let alone hear them out. What we don’t understand is that they have a reason why they are where they are. It’s difficult to be on the road less traveled by. I’ve been there, and I’m not blocking my route to the possibility of being there again, and it’s tough. People always question you, and once you give them the answers, they question you some more. They wanna know, but they don’t wanna understand. Like having a pen without the ink, it doesn’t serve its purpose, and never will.
Bitter: The taste of frowning neighbors, whispering mates, and questioning friends.
Sweet: The taste of making your own decisions, taking care of your responsibilities, and facing the consequences afterwards.
How was your experience in the road less traveled by?