"...to make a world.'
But that's patently absurd. It doesn't take all kinds to make a world;
it takes exactly the kinds we have, because -- take a look around --
we have a world.
What this is really trying to say is something more like: "I wish to
believe that the world requires for its very existence all the
weirdnesses that people manifest so that my own hidden (or obvious)
weirdnesses might be not only acceptable but necessary for our mutual
In other words, I'm necessary. My aberrations are of value to the world. My dark corners are positively meaningful.
Wishing doesn't make it so. But here's what I think is true: it takes all kinds to cover the permutation space
and to explore the infinite variety of the many ways there are to be
Well, okay. Maybe that works. Now that I've rephrased it.
Guess I'm one of those kinds.