Do We Know What Normal Is?

Normal: conforming to a standard; usual, typical, or expected.
Conforming to whose standard?

Normal is the set standard of a carpenter’s-square to which everyone agrees; 90 degrees is 90 degrees.
Consciousness is a set standard as it applies to everyone.
Space is a set standard of infinity.
These three principles are normal.

When it comes to humans, however, what is normal?
Each of us has different norms – unless we rest in our original state of pure consciousness.

Normal for an busy person is busyness.
Normal for an lazy person is laziness.
Normal for a narcissist is a lack of empathy.
Human normals = our individual quirks that obscure pure consciousness.

Quirk: a peculiar aspect of a person’s character or behaviour.

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