Afraid to stand out. Afraid to fit in.
The term "individuality" has become a banner for all things unique and (often) over-the-top. While we can acknowledge we are each created to be different, we also long to belong. We don't want to be too set apart.
In its truest sense "individuality" is a matter of a whole identity vs. being wholly different.
Discovering and fighting for that which truly makes you a one-of-a-kind person often means assessing the "why" behind "what" you do. It also means embracing the surprisingly mundane parts of us.
But it's a battle worth fighting; because a community is relying on something that only you can provide.
This book calls out to the purest form of each of us, in all our God-given glory; that we might not merely exist, but that we would be set free to live fully for the sake of One and all.