“He’s well adjusted” they would say, the assumption being they were out of earshot or beyond comprehension. The tone suggestive of either mild surprise or quietly complimentary. Always about, but never to. As time’s gone by Ive often revisited that phrase and though I grasp the literal meaning have often wondered as to the context or to be more precise in reference to what exactly they were using it.
What is certain is that whatever behaviour I may have been exhibiting to draw such a response, in complete contrast Ive always felt significantly at odds and out of synch with much of what has been presented and for many, appears at least, to constitute ‘the norm’. Indeed a big part of my life has been the search for the confluence of contributory elements that in aggregate serve to represent circumstances which I would deem normal. I must have lived a charmed life in a prior incarnation and be repaying the karmic debt for doing so in this one.
One must not complain however as the potential toxicity of this latent disaffection has been for the most part nullified by what I now consider to be the greatest gift nature can bestow on her children, that of a fertile and active imagination combined with the inclination and drive to materially manifest that which emanates from it. But to what use have you put it? I hear you ask.
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