Conformity is about the struggle between reality and ideality when people are facing the question: What do you do for living? Several years ago, I chose to be an artist because one of my dream is to do the thing that I love for my entire life. As I am growing up, I begin to think more realistically, and I realize that making this dream come true is going to be a great challenge. My peers back in China choose Business, Engineering or the other “best-paying” college majors, so I turn into a weirdo whose future is “undefined”. Even though in the art community, there are fallacies such as: It will be easier to get a job if you are majoring in design than in finearts. All these theories are made up by the conformists who are afraid of being different and taking risks. It is easy to trend blindly and turn into mainstream when living under the anxiety of money making. It is important to hold the faith because within this competitive society, a large group of people are on the edge of being drifted with the current. Remaining the faith can be anxious, risk-taking and lonely, but at least I won’t be regretful because I keep the promise to myself.