Ridiculing those who seek happiness instead of money by calling them “people with no ambition”
Believing in everything that is printed
Keeping a smile on your face when you really want to cry. And feeling sorry for those who show their own feelings.
Always despising what was easily gained, because the “necessary sacrifice” – and therefore also the required qualities – are missing
Investing a lot in exterior beauty and paying little attention to interior beauty.
As you grow older, thinking you are the wisest man in the world, even though not always do you have enough life experience to know what is wrong.
Believing that the others are always better at everything: they are better-looking, more resourceful, richer and more intelligent. Since it’s very risky to venture beyond your own limits, it’s better to do nothing.
Blaming the government for everything bad that happens.
And finally, thinking that your religion is the sole proprietor of the absolute truth, the most important, the best, and that the other human beings in this immense planet who believe in any other manifestation of God are condemned to the fires of hell.
taken from http://paulocoelhoblog.com/category/character-of-the-week/normality