Unique - Sophia Bush

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Know that someone out there believes in you and loves you. And if you haven't met that person yet, you will. You are valuable. Special. And you matter. The things that make you different make you unique. And unique is beautiful.

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weesin 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Ha! I just did it again. I typed 'majoy' instead of 'major'. Yikes!
weesin 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Thanks. I'd be a majoy hypocrite if I didn't point out my own errors seeing as how always point out the errors of others.
brandencan 2 months, 2 weeks ago
I can very much respect your corrections. I tend not to call out errors if the meaning is still conveyed. I've seen so many discussions dissolve because one person claims paramount supremacy due to another's grammatical or spelling error. That said, it is quite gratifying to witness people correcting themselves. This is not for selfish reasons or feelings of superiority. I enjoy being witness simply because it's the demonstration of humility and THAT provokes feelings of hope for humankind.
weesin 2 months, 2 weeks ago
wow, I think I need another coffee. I just noticed another error in my last comment - I typed "so as I avoid" instead of "so as to avoid". Clearly I need a coffee and to stop typing for a while. Sorry for my errors everyone
weesin 2 months, 2 weeks ago
I'd like to point out a typing error I made in my last comment so as I avoid confusion - I had typed "seeing as now" when I intended to type "seeing as how". Off with my head!
weesin 2 months, 2 weeks ago
You make a good point @brandencan - there is a big difference between "having value" and "being valuable" - not everyone is valuable, but, seeing as now everyone can change and become a better person, everyone has value (at least potential value)

I have to admit that I have enjoyed all communications with you even when I don't necessarily agree with your point of view. You're quite level-headed and present sound arguments - two qualities that I greatly respect in people
brandencan 2 months, 2 weeks ago
I'd also add that I really enjoy discussing things with everyone on here, even if it is to play devil's advocate. Also also (iterative), I'm not fond of a surplus of sap either...
brandencan 2 months, 2 weeks ago
I would have a tough time arguing against the statement "not everyone deserves to be loved" without boiling down generalization to the point of scintillating mindnumbedness (a word I have just created). I would argue that every person has value and in the basic conjugation of the word therefore is valuable. That value comes from the fact that any person can do good at any moment regardless of past behavior. I guess we can simply say that a person's potential to effect good in the world necessarily retains their value. I cede that there is an argument to be made to determine a difference between "having value" and "being valuable" and could then agree depending on the definition and differentiation.
weesin 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Wow - these sappy, saccharine quotes are a dime-a-dozen on this site! The assumptions in this quote are staggering. Not everyone is loved - not everyone deserves to be loved. Not everyone is valuable - some people are pieces of crap that don't contribute to the happiness of others or to the societies they live in.

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