Why Do Some People Always Feel Different From the Rest of Humanity?

Lori has responded to the answers that resulted from her excellent question about the human tendency to fear snakes, which branched out to touch the subject of all fear. I love it when we get a dialogue going on this site and it’s so wonderful when we can observe some very similar feelings expressed by people who feel that they are alone and isolated by their very different qualities. Several other commenters here have expressed the same awareness of  themselves and admit that they have to make an effort to pretend to be a normal human being. Erika, of Brazil, who wrote in about Starseed Eyes, also feels this way.
So, Lori, it looks like you have triggered another whole topic to delve into. Keep it coming! Reading through your words here, I’m struck by how beautifully you express yourself. I think there really IS something that you can do to help craft public opinion, through whatever medium you feel comfortable with. Write! Share these honest and pure feelings and this attitude, especially with the little children. Take some leaves, beetles, glass snakes….(roaches?) to a kindergarten class and share the way you see them. Strike wonder into their hearts and they will grow up that way. How about that idea, oh my Holy Spirit?
“Oh My God! Yes, I think that might do something! Her words are so considerate of The Creator’s point of view. She really does look at life differently, doesn’t she? Would that everyone could be converted to that outlook. You go girl!”
Just as the Pet Death topic has taken-off here, enabling us to see how similar grief is for people who lose their adored animals; perhaps a new Commenting Community will spring up between people who know that they are somehow not like other people. I wonder if those differences will be similar among them or if we will find a whole variety of traits setting them apart from the mainstream? Let’s find out. So, if you fit this designation in any way, let us hear from you. I can’t promise any diagnosis….because I don’t do that sort of psychic counselling….but I’ll bet we’ll all learn something as the evidence piles up and, as you have seen if you’ve read back over all these posts, we sometimes tease out a startling admission from The Holy Spirit that He had never planned to share with the human race, as happened in the subject of the snake-fearing and the snake-non-fearing. Here’s Lori’s new comment:
Thank you for the wonderful answers you received. I guess I will just put myself in the last group of people that come from higher dimensions and accept that most will never accept snakes as I do. I have always felt like I never belonged here, or that I was different than most.

When I look at the leaf of a tree I don’t just see a green shape I see the divine pattern weaving its way through the leaf’s veins.  When I see a bug crossing the sidewalk my mind focuses in to see the divine creativeness in the patterns and shapes of their body. So many things in life that many just walk past without much thought always catches my eye and makes me think of Source, or God or whatever people call it. Divinity is all around and I feel it so immensly.

My love for snakes and reptiles might be because they are such graceful creatures despite having no arms or legs and so incredibly beautiful in detail and yet nobody seems to see them like I do, so I root for the underdog even more. I do love all life and probably none more so than the love from a dog. I believe I had met my true soul mate who was incarnated in my dog that recently passed. The mutual unconditional love we had for each other felt like it was directly from Source. But being human with the veil of forgetfulness, I will be in mourning for a long time now that he is no longer with me.

I really appreciate that you took the time to ask this question for me Linda!

About Linda J. Brown

Linda is a solo around the world traveler, having slowly explored the world's two hemispheres. A third trip around the equator has just begun, planned to last at least four years. After living for a year in the spiritual and beautiful town of Santa Fe, New Mexico, she has transferred to the beautiful and spiritual town of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Feeling honored that the mysterious Hurricane Patricia paid her a call during her first week; she is none-the-less, eternally-grateful that this "worst hurricane in human history" decided to leave the planet alone, after all.
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