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2016-01-04 03:11:25 Post No. 7760950
Post No. 7760950
What Makes a Character: Deriving Non-Conformity
In the reduction of rational the standard definition intention within personality gives the variance of the elementary rendition of persuasion within the characterization of the standardized environment of which can be deigned that of a 'fit' in such; this implies that when suspending the characterization of a study of a environment you will find a simplistic chain of redactions that correspond with only minor confrontation with each other, this set of variances is systematic with the nature of what makes some more agreeable to others and vice versa.
Now, when adopting the premise that some of these elementary functions are to much of a supplicant to a point of over reacting to every sentiment and leaving no room for the confrontation that makes the grounds for scaled reaction or over baring to a point of leaving the rest of the groups set in a deformed wreck of insecurity does a balance begin to throw the boat of the group over like a wave leaving few traces of it having been in the first place and does each set of bodies acquire a new dimension of being that leaves for concurring elements of characterization to arise in their independent fermenting in which ever style they fall out into, this is a beautiful rendition of naturalization rational in group description, but I'll leave the semantics of that for another time; the point being made is that although non-conformity does exist, it doesn't exist very easily short of being groomed from birth and then placed with intention; and in this do we find that it's more social than that of being of more diverse interests or varying categorization of personal style.
What is it that makes the statement of being different; if anything it must be self definition, the difference between having the luster of depth that lets be that piece of stoniness of grounded platonicy with the fabrics of the world while still having a held belief of what could align them more justly...