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Who defines whether or not someone is normal During most of my life people would tell me that I was strange or weird So what Is it so wrong that God created me the way I am In the play Asylum Jerome McDonough stresses the fact that society has its own views as to what normal is and that not everyone should fall into one category The main point of the play is to show the audience how everyones individuality is deep-inside themselves just waiting to bloom As the play progresses each character finds themselves and starts becoming their own person while the authorities society has no clue as to what is really happening behind the walls of the asylum The play ends with one of the characters who is still in bondage is being rolled off in a wheelchair after being demeaned and belittled by caretakers of the institution This relates to today since the world believes that if you dont conform to the way things are being done then you are strange or odd I believe God has a plan for us and that He made us for who we are No one should suppress how we are to live our lives since we are here to serve Him With this being said it only makes sense to say that those who have given their life to God are strong enough to live in the world without caring about how others perceive them so they can fulfill their duties as Christians Even though Ive been labeled as different I know that I serve a purpose in the large scheme of things With me being different I noticed that people arent as self-conscience when they are around me and that I tend to bring out the part of them that they dont believe others should see They dont have to worry about me judging them They dont have to worry Im beginning to finally
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