There was a time, when I'd sit at school lunch, all alone and stare over to the other kids and wonder why I didn't relate or fit in with them. I'd often sneak away to the music room, play guitar or draw to save the embarrassment.
I didn't realize that I had already started paving my own road and began a movement. The more time that passed, the more I realized that being different was special. Not fitting in was now what made me unique.
The majority was never the goal. Having our own identity, our own look, our own table to sit at. For those that would rather lead the pack, then follow it. For those that never fit in.
We're Loud, We're Different, We're Independent, We'll Never Die.