As an introvert, the world seems like a strange place a lot of the times. You wonder where you fit in with a society of people who place more importance on interactions with other people than they do on interactions with the world around you. I've seen this video so many times and looked at it with a weak heart, because I don't understand why people value things like they do in this video.
Why are they cramming themselves in a small room with music so loud you can't even talk to one another? Why do they feel the need to touch one another, and become physically intimate in ways that are honestly foreign to me? The point had been missed time and time again, but now I understand it.
I'm just not like that. That feeling they get from these interactions is like the feeling I get when I'm by myself, lost in a forest park or out at the lake with no one in sight. It's like the feeling I get when I'm driving just to see what's out there, and getting to know the world I live in better. Even though I find a scenario like the one presented in this video to be absolutely undesirable to the point that I avoid it, I can understand why they live that way.
It's a beautiful feeling to know that even if you don't fit in, the world around you is still a beautiful place. I take pleasure in reminding myself of how small I am in relation to the universe, yet I am still somehow vastly significant.