It is true that we (humans) are social beings. We would give/do anything to be accepted into a group.

We buy what others buy, wear what they wear, adopt the same choices of words, and even follow the same influencers on social media.

The reward of being accepted is a feeling that words can’t accurately describe.

Nonetheless, our sense of social entitlement make us oblivious of small, important details. Once the groups that we identify ourselves with miss these details, we are more likely to rule them off as irrelevant.

However, those details, as little as they may seem, when given the right dose of attention, are recipes for creating a new, better world for all.

Therefore, contrary to the ideals of the acceptance-hungry majority, the reward for being right, smart, and different in a good way is immeasurable.