In my research, I see a common trend among many famous misfits, namely a deep love for reading fiction. Misfits often become writers and the ones that don’t still have a deep fondness for fiction, particularly the stories they read… Read More »From Fantasy to Destiny: How Fiction Inspires World-Changers
Let me set the scene. I’m a five-year-old boy in kindergarten. It’s nearing Thanksgiving, and we are given pictures of turkeys, pilgrims, and cornucopias to color. For some reason, my coloring bothers my teacher. She calls the school counselor, and… Read More »Being a misfit is not a disease
I’ve spent a lot of time lately focusing on the painful parts of being an outcast, and to be fair I do that for a good reason. People who feel like and think like outcasts can often take it to… Read More »Beautiful Rejection: The Perks of Being an Outcast
Lately I’ve seen a trend on social media. This trend involves memes comparing young people of the past to young people today. The left photo usually contains a black and white photo of men at war, women at labor rights… Read More »Sticks and stones will break your bones… and words will hurt pretty bad too!