Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive, and it is only by this meeting that a new world is born. – Anais Nin
Have you ever had a friendship with a person that you never expected to become friends with? Friendships can be found when least expected. Sometimes those least like us in appearance are the most cherished and dearest at heart. Sometimes those totally different from the “norm” we surround ourselves with bring out the best in us. When the unique enter your lives, let them in to open up your world.
Welcome the unique.
A little uniqueness can go a long way toward making us a better person. Embrace the possibilities in the unique.
Sometimes the one that is least like us is the one most like us at heart.
There is a woman on Facebook who posts daily, if not multiple times a day, that I love to follow. Her page is titled “Humans of New York”. Her photos are fantastic and they totally capture the diversity and uniqueness of humans living in New York City and the surrounding area.
During a recent trip into the city we strolled through Central Park. This is just one of many fascinating sights and it reminded me so much of “Humans of New York.”