Concerned you might have some mental illness? I’d like to make a point by pointing out some things that are not considered mental illness (and are thus considered sane, part of being a normal human being or how one is supposed to be like by nature) and then let you draw your own conclusions. It took me a few seconds to think those up, and if something has been mistakenly included, you can point it out to me:
Murder, theft, genocide, enslavement and being a slave, compulsive obedience, possession of weapons of mass destruction, betrayal, depriving others of ownership, depriving others of free speech, using free speech to humiliate others, rape.
What does it mean to be mentaly ill or normal, after all? I just give you what I know, along with my honest will that I don’t want to be normal; I don’t consider it a compliment, nor would I consider the opposite an insult. I don’t dictate how others ought to be like, I claim full rights over myself (alone) and I don’t allow anyone to set standards how I ought to be like. Moreover, it doesn’t make logical sense to me for a victim (like a raped girl) to get psychiatric help (mental correction, assuming something is wrong with her mental state) while a perpetrator (like a rapist) wouldn’t (at least not for just having raped). It doesn’t make sense to me for some criminals to get lighter sentences for being ‘mentally ill’, while others don’t. Is mental illness alligned with the law or not? Is the law alligned with sanity or not? Do we have laws in order to attain harmonical co-existence or not? Does the dictating each other how they ought to be like lead there? And above all, If evil is ‘normal’, is the guy(s) that sets the standards of normality good or evil?