You’re This Different, So Own It

One of my favorite scenes in the Sandman series by Neil Gaiman, in which Morpheus sits down in his room alone in The Dreaming after having killed his own son.

It’s one of the most powerful art I’ve come across. Of course, you’d need to read the whole series to know what it truly means. But here’s what it means to me anyway:

Sometimes being different can suck.




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