We don't just look identical; we also think alike. Many times, we find ourselves cooking or dressing in the same manner without even noticing it until someone points it out. We share the same sentiments about food, clothing, and entertainment. We can even say that we have the same taste in movies.
It's safe to say that Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone look a lot like each other. The Oscar-winning actress and the comedian are not only sisters but they also have the same acting coach. They also have the same hairstylist and makeup artist. Even though they try hard to differ from one another, they still end up looking very similar.
Emma was sitting next to Jennifer at the Academy Awards last year when she won her second Oscar for her role in "Birdman." During the speech, which received a lot of attention because of its vulgarity, Emma looked at her sister and laughed. Later on, when asked about it, Emma said that she had no idea what kind of speech her sister would give and that she didn't want to influence her in any way during the ceremony.
Another thing people might notice is that whenever Jennifer is interviewed, Emma often ends up answering questions about their family history or whatever else is going on in Jennifer's life.
Being distinct and different is part of what makes each of us unique. These statements about being different show that sticking out from the crowd may have a beneficial outcome. We all seem to be seeing one other's distinctions more and more these days. Being different helps people find you and allows you to connect with others.
Being different is good. Being different is great. Being different is fantastic. Being different is awesome. Being different is remarkable. Being different is significant. Being different is valuable. Being different is worth it.
People can be afraid of things they do not understand. But people who know me well know that I think being different is an advantage. I love finding new ways to do things or say things so people notice me. Being different is never wrong.
I believe being different is an advantage, not a disadvantage. Being different is good, not bad. Being different is helpful, not harmful. Being different is positive, not negative.
Being different is essential for individual creativity and innovation. People need to be able to recognize those who are different from them and give them space to be themselves. Without this freedom, everyone would just be copying each other anyway. Being different is necessary for progress and change.
Being different is important for a healthy society.
Adolf Hitler said, "Do not compare yourself to others." This is a common mistake people make. They think that if they see someone else being successful, then they should stop trying and just give up. You should keep striving to be like the successful person because even though they are famous or rich, they still have problems that you can solve too.
Let's say that I want to be like Michael Jordan so I try hard at basketball. However, I'm not him so I cannot become him. I should keep playing basketball because even though he is great, he still has problems that I can solve too. For example, Michael Jordan had difficulties making friends so people would laugh at him when he tried to play basketball. This would bother him so he stopped playing basketball until he grew out of this phase. There are many more examples like this one so now you understand why it is important not to compare yourself to others.
Also, remember that everyone has their own path in life. Even though someone else's path may seem better than yours right now, you can't know what lies ahead so you shouldn't judge anyone.
Accept people without passing judgment. A person is not their history, even though it may have brought them to this time and meeting you. Do not diminish someone else's sense of self-worth in order to boost your own. What makes someone special is not the same as what makes you special. Genuine affection can never be given up, because it is essential for one's emotional survival. It is only natural that we look for signs of affection wherever we can find them, because lack of love is how many people grow up and live their lives.
People often quote others in order to feel important or validated. This is especially common with celebrities. If someone quotes something that you like or agree with, there's a good chance that they're trying to make themselves look smart by associating with you. Always check who's name is being used and if it's someone famous, ask yourself why they'd want to associate with you.
Some people's quotes are simple words or expressions that anyone can say. Other people's quotes require context and understanding of both the speaker and the audience. If someone quotes someone else accurately and honestly, then they've honored the original message.
Finally, some people's quotes are just jokes. They're usually silly things that most people wouldn't take seriously, but which give the speaker/writer pleasure to think of or say.