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    I agree with Oaky. If sanity is defined by the commonly held belief, then I am insane.

    If defined by logic, I am not.

    In terms of imagination, no one ever really knows, since it is neither one category or the other.

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    Nobody's crazy.

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    I feel that way sometimes, but I know I'm not. That'd just be wishful thinking on my part, as a way to easily explain away my problems by tucking them all under "I'm just abnormal," so indirectly blaming everyone else for being "normal" and simultaneously satisfying my own ego for retaining my "uniqueness." And I think that I'm able to think of it this way, is indicative of my not-craziness - or what that means to me, anyway.

    I'm not crazy - just maladjusted - which is my own fault.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mace View Post
    Nobody's crazy.
    We clearly live in different worlds.

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    Everybody's crazy and those who aren't are the craziest of all.
    I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
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    I'd say its to do with suffering, are you suffering? Are others suffering as a consequence of your thinking, moods or behaviour? Now, what about the others? Where do they rank in that estimation?

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    You'd be wrong.

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    There was a nice study done which placed sane people in an insane asylum. They were instructed to tell the wardens they were sane and act normally.

    At the end of the study everyone was questioned and the wardens were found to be unable to differentiate between the insane and the sane. The sane people couldn't identify the other sane people from the crazy people.

    Unsurprisingly the only people who could correctly identify who was sane and who was not were the insane. (have a look at superfreakonomics for that one)

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