The abnormal is normal to somebody.
"Normal" itself is an abnormal concept using its own definition.
Normal is supposed to be the way of things, and that which goes against the grain is not "it".
Though the question arises therefore, "who are these arbiters?" The creators of all things good, and rebukers off all things of ill-repute.
Only of ill-repute to those arbiters.
Who are you, the individual, to determine the fate of the masses? You wind up playing a rip-off game on everybody...
Do not think yourself immune from the life you have created for yourself, controller; everything you do is your "doing".
Spite is spite, retribution is retribution...
ashes are ashes
and dust is dust.
Everything you have is yours, everything he has is his; what makes you think you can take what is his when it is his own?
The nature of desire is only to be desirous, you never actually desire of things. The desire is axiomatic in and of itself, it only seeks more desire.
That is told to us, as the nature of all things: procreation, whether it be mammal or metaphor, things exist in order to spawn more things.
...and we want answers, truth, knowledge, objectivity...
where are the the things?
Gautama spoke not of things, but of aggregates.
The collective that forms the guise of the individual.
Yet Democritus spoke of the finite, the seat of all things, calling it "un-cuttable"
Though man continues to cut and dissect to get to the truth.
What happens when the knife cuts itself?