‘Everyone wants to be discovered.’
Today whilst in English class, I gazed up at a film poster and was suddenly inspired by the words. The poster was pretty unimportant in itself but it was what was written at the top which actually intrigued me.
‘Everyone wants to be discovered’
Being the person I am, I automatically challenged the statement, but realised, it’s true.
Everyone does, in fact, want to be discovered.
No matter how much a person will deny it, everyone desires to be noticed; to be set apart from everyone else and be truly explored by another.
To be discovered means one is separated from everyone else and made truly special. The person becomes utterly fascinating and unique, and this sense of specialness and adoration is what we as humans yearn for. We as humans desire to be accredited be given a sense of approval. Most of all, we yearn to be loved.
For me, this idea matches me perfectly.
I want to be something different to someone. I want to be new and interesting: a new island to explore. I want to be seen as someone exciting and fresh and something someone wants to know about.
I want to be discovered. But, deep down, so does everyone else.