A disorder resulting from a failure to behave preditably; a mental state characterized by a lack of clear or orderly thought and behavior; a mistake that results from taking one thing for another; causes disorderly combination of elements with identities lost and distinctions blended. Confusion, it seems, is the way of life. Though some may believe that they aren't confused most of the time, I think there isn't a time when one person at one given point in time is not confused. Think about it, can you pinpoint one instance when you saw things "clearly," with absolutely no doubt, or not a shred of chance where you may be wrong? I wouldn't say that confusion is a trait that is human-specific, but it can be said that we, alone, hide from the simple fact that we know nothing.

But how can all of us be wrong? Doesn't majority always represent the truth? Majority, in truth (chuckles in irony), is not a representation of the truth. Instead, it is a representation of what most have agreed to agree on. If you disagree, then you'd agree that if 90% of the world said that the word "truth" contains six letters, then it must be true. Right?

Confusion -- A state in that which is not normal. Confusion is the state of life. Laugh at those who believe they are normal, or who snicker at those who they see aren't normal. We're all abnormal, weird, if you will, and those who refuse it will remain lost or can dwell in their sea of false happiness or content.

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