BGM: BUCK-TICK - JUPITER
This morning, I attended a meeting of my workplace. When I read the letters from the boss's power point, I found a tiny mistake (a typo). After that meeting, suddenly I thought this once again. How do neurotypical people (or I should say "ordinary people") see this world? TBH, from my point, I can't understand why they can't find that kind of mistakes. This tells me that we might not live in the same world because our points of view can be different basically.
Yes, it can happen... As I have written in this journal, sometimes I feel that this world is really chaotic. I am not a pro-critic, or intellectual, but maybe after the Donald Trump era, I started that there must be a lot of paradoxical opinions in this world. Liberal, conservative, and more... My opinion or point of view is just "one of them", so not "the mainstream". Then, I have to keep on trying to learn YOUR ones to know this world deeply.
Then... this world must be dangerous because, in other words, now we can't have the single standard/ideal to make this world better anymore. Me, I believe I should say about my autism clearly to the world to realize the ideal of diversity. But some people would think that it must be too personal or too controversial. I want to make myself a "hybrid" one who can have paradoxical points of view in oneself who keeps doing inner conversation steadily.
After the work, I enjoyed the new English conversation class. We did the self-introduction lightly. Two native English teachers taught us how the fall in America is. About food culture (they eat pumpkins to enjoy Halloween, etc), and changes of scenery (how leaves turn their colors into beautiful red). We the learners did the conversation about Japanese ways of enjoying autumn. Traditional Japanese festivals, Halloween, sports days, etc... The teachers must be tired because of their daytime work but showed really cheerful attitude. I respect them. What can I afford to enjoy the classes?