This line is the decision to be good.
This sounds fairy-tale-like, but I assure you, it is truth.
Most of my life, I have spent accomplishing, and succeeding, and standing out (well... trying to). I've tried for a long time, to be accepted for not just who I am, but for what I am. I've always craved that good feeling of being "the only one with..." or "the only person who..." or "that girl..."
I have encountered this line, this decision.
And I've decided.
I don't care for the standing out anymore. I'd rather be good. I don't care about being the lone sheep anymore. I'd rather be apart of The Flock. However small The Flock is.
I'd rather be apart of something that may not be extravagant or the best.
I'd rather be apart of many people doing the same thing, being the best they can be, being together. And that thing is being good.
I feel like I'm typing a King Arthur crap story. but. maybe I am. And maybe the world needs more of the Chivalric stories we clung to long ago in our human history.