Power of Rarity

Posted by Trumaine Young on

The Power of Rarity

People are made of intricate distinctive qualities that determine their rarity and uniqueness. One of these qualities is a fingerprint. Analysts and scholars argue that there is no such thing as similar fingerprints. According to them, the lines and sequences on the upper anterior surface of our fingers can not be identical to another's despite genetic similarities. This aspect is a clear indication of our uniqueness.

     Although there exist several similarities in our genetic markers, there are various variables that show just how diverse we are. If you take into context two identical twins, you realize that their personalities are comparatively different. Besides that, their fingerprint sequence is non-identical. Therefore, it is clear that each of us possesses characteristics that are unique to us.

In the contemporary world, human beings are differentiated in so many ways. In line with that, these differences are predicted by societal standards, personality tests, algorithms, gender, status, and excreta. Although these qualities are imperative to our differentiation, they hardly indicate our power for deductive reasoning and abstract thinking. Besides that, despite personalities being the greatest predictors of our reactions and decision-making, there exist subunits within personality algorithms that make us uniquely different. We may be grouped under the same personality but our artistry and creative minds bear no comparison. Additionally, our cultural values impact our differences. Therefore, let's dig into the power of rarity.

Time and again, scholars have concluded that we possess facial similarities with five other people worldwide. However, they are unable to predict the personality, cultural, religious, and anatomical distinctions of these people. The scientific name for behavior diversity is known as behavioral plasticity. Behavioral plasticity is significantly the best description for our variability. Arguably, our differences are a form of beauty. In addition to that, our differences are the reasons for Ted talks, different beauty products, and fashion lines.

Our variability allows us the opportunity to participate in several forums.  A perfect example is Ted talks: This forum covers diverse topics and opinions. They are an indication that all opinions matter. Despite our anatomical differences, our opinions which are founded on deductive reasoning and abstract thinking, are integral to our existence. Additionally, our ability to think and provide rational and logical decisions empowers us from within. Since our thought processes are distinct, we can participate in forums that allow the flexibility of our thoughts. Besides that, our thought articulation processes are sundry. Some of us articulate our thoughts and opinions better on paper, while others find their words through speeches. Although being unique seems like an easy feat, it is perhaps the hardest task in existence. This is because varying from others makes us stand out. Therefore, we should allow ourselves to stand out through our opinions and unique values.

The power from within is easily seen when resilience is required. Although most of the time we are judged on our outward appearance, that hardly determines our inclination towards resilience.  Situations, where resilience is required are significant determinants of the differentiation in our levels of tolerance. Despite that, people are different tolerance levels towards different situations. A person with high tolerance to physical pain may have low tolerance levels to emotional pain. All these differences are indicative of our aura. Aside from that, our differences contribute to research analysis, opinion polls, and varying subjects. An indication of these variable differences is our ability to discuss diverse topics, healing, and growth processes. When it comes to diverse topics, some people can relate well to historical concepts while others relate to scientific concepts. In another context, while some people derive resilience from physical discipline in terms of working out, others derive resilience from nurturing their minds with books and philosophical discussions. These differentiations empower and nurture the integrity of our beings.

Our emotions are another factor that exemplifies our uniqueness. Emotions are moods or reactions that are derived from other people or circumstances.  One can argue that our moods are derived from our tolerance levels. However, in some instances, our emotions and reactions can be spontaneous. These emotions and feelings differentiate us from other people. A perfect example of this is how we react when we are happy. Some of us react by screaming our lungs out while others cry, others simply smile and laugh. This is a vital expression of just how unique we are. Besides that, emotions are indicative of our power. We have heard a person's laughter being described as "vibrations of their laughter" or  " the distinctive octave of their voice" all of which are vital indicators of emotions. Scholars argue that our moods and emotions are somehow communicable. When you walk into a room where everyone is dull and contemplative, it will be hard to burst into laughter or when the room is full of synergist upbeat energy, it will be hard to maintain a sad countenance.  Another example is two oratory narrations. In one narration the orator maintains monotonous intonations while the other orator goes for ascending and descending intonations according to his or her flow of emotions. People are more likely to resonate with the interesting orator. Therefore, as expressed above emotions are a semblance of the power within us.

The fingerprint is an outward expression of the uniqueness of our existence. Although it is significant to our rarity, there exist multiple factors that contribute to our strengths. To ensure this power exists within us, we must challenge ourselves and tap into our unique qualities. We should embrace the differences in our anatomic specifications, emotional inclinations, and individual opinions.  Our opinions and emotions matter and are crucial to our growth. We should embrace them with positivity and exuberance. Aside from that, we should not falter when showing them. Just like the fingerprint is seen on our fingers so should our differences. In addition to that, we should think of our significant differences as a consuming force that fuels our existence and determines the course of our future. Our lives would be comprised of excessive monotony if it were not for our unique qualities. Life is comprised of " the life of the party" and " the party goer" and these two factors are inversely proportional to each other. Therefore, it's time to recognize the power within us, embrace our uniqueness, and let the fingerprint remind us of the exuberant potential we possess.

Share this post