Salesh Dipak Fernando



Ah! Here I come with our beloved X -Men. Is there anyone who doesn’t like the mutants. The franchise and the comics as whole gives a whole new meaning to our inherent deficiencies. No two mutants are similar. There is no black or white. Every character has its own shades of grey at various points in the story.  Every character has its own unique form and colour which defines the purpose of its exsistence.


In a way all humans are mutants too with their own unique abilities. Even those who are labelled as outcasts and misfits have their own space in this big bad world. What is perceived as weakness in the initial stages may well turn out to be the person’s greatest strength. Never give up just because the world laughs your weakness. It’s your life. Live it the way you want to.

Your turn will come when the world will applaud your uniqueness. Always remember no two humans have the same strength and weakness. You can never judge a fish by its ability to climb the tree. All of us are X – MEN with our own imperfections. Don’t fret over how the world perceives you. Just celebrate your uniqueness.

This post is written for A to Z blogging challenge and Ultimate blog challenge






  1. This post is FABULOUS! So postiive, I love it!

  2. Oly

    this post is incredible and amazing, too. i’ve watched all x-men movies and the message they convey sums up on this quotation: “Compliment people. Magnify their strengths, not their weaknesses.” by Billy Cox Motivation on FB.

  3. Celebrate uniqueness. I love it. Great post. Visiting from UBC

  4. lexacain

    I love X-Men! I’m definitely proud of my uniqueness, but I could really use some super powers to go along with it!
    (new follower)
    Lexa Cain’s Blog

  5. Yep. I’m celebrating my uniqueness too 🙂 Great post buddy

  6. aathira123

    Powerful message right there, Salesh! I believe in grey characters too. Life can’t easily be defined in just black or white. Keep going!

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