Something is called “special” when it is different or particular.

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The paradox is that, in fact, everything is special,
because there are no two identical things in the world.

Photo by Andrey Shch

As a proof:

Even when two mass-produced objects are taken

(let’s say it’s two dice cubes)

Dice Cubes

they are never in the same place
they can never be used in the same way simultaneously

therefore, by means of our perception /and therefore time and space/
they are, in fact, special.

 
[…]  

There are those who insist
that nobody’s special.

Daniel Rabel, Première Entrée des Fantômes

But what is it /saying that/
if not a way to practice one’s speciality?

 
[…]  

The word “special” comes from the Latin “species”, which means “appearance”, “form”, “look”.

 
 

It’s fashion week right now and the city is full of special looking people with a good fashion sense. They smell good and have a great sense of style. They look happy and special, especially the models.

However, who does this “special” belong to?

The models?
 
 

It’s very often that something is special,
however that speciality is not unique to the object or subject itself,

but, rather, to a certain
community,
ideology,
corporation,
person (who is somebody else),
etc.

It is also special,
but we are talking about
the speciality
that is one’s own
and not anyone else’s.

/it’s often an accidental combination of sorts/

It is very hard to find,
as many will claim
that speciality does not belong
to anyone.

And it’s true.

However,

 
 
There are some dreams in this world,
that are more possible
than others.

There are some streams in this world,
which are more likely
than others.

 
 

Therefore it is those streams
that the dream~catcher
is listening to.

 
Silently.
 

Channeling them through one’s own expression
giving it shapes and forms

 
Making up one's own language.