I've been obsessed with this superhuman idea, that every person should find who they really are and develop themselves into the most perfect version of themselves. So far I haven't found a singe example of this, so it's just in my head and besides is too exhausting an idea. All people just seem so sad and unhappy but when I ask them, they say they're just fine. So I'm just projecting my own feelings onto everyone else. But anyway, I think it'd be good thing if everyone could use their full potential without becoming emotionless machines and without losing creativity so there'd still be space for depression and anxiety, which occasionally are completely normal states of mind. But it just seems many people have something which stops them from being who they are and they worry about all kind of futile things and believe they are right doing so. So, if people could be made to lose these hindrances with a pill, I don't see anything wrong with it. ( Maybe I'm just preprogrammed by Zoloft).