A lot of people share that identity.
The non-conformist exists to resist, not only because there is change we really need, but because it is creative not to be conforming, on demand.
Look at the movie “Edward Scissorhands,” for example. Much like an absurdist play, giving a quantifiable “sense” of objective reality that is otherwise hard to quantify, it is a work of art that imitates life.
Edward is naturally non-conforming. Nevertheless, he has commonly divisible, existential qualities. We all share those qualities 99% of the time which, existing by the numbers, naturally forms objective reality (measurable existence), but we can’t help but notice his hands.
It’s kind of like the irrational fear associated with Bernie Sanders running for president. People are spontaneously drawn to his policy platform. It has common divisibility for just about 99% of us.
My good friends (like I keep telling you), without the actual, measurable existence of socialism, like we have now, on demand, described by right-wing reactionaries as a way-too-generous safety net, capitalism dies a natural death, on demand.
It’s time we start using it to benefit everybody in the most logically positive way, existing by the numbers, empirically valued to realize the optimality of a natural existence that is always actually now, despite how unnatural it may appear to be.