“This above all: to thine own self be true.”
Sound advice from Shakespear. Be true to yourself. The tricky part is to figure out who you really are….
WHO are you?
Who ARE you?
Who are YOU?
If you cannot answer these questions easily, you’re definitely not alone and there is nothing wrong with you! What you think, feel, say and do might not always serve you or others, but you can change your behaviour. YOU are not what you do. YOU are unique. Never change YOU!
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Ralph Waldo Emerson writes in his essay ‘Self-Reliance’: depending on the rules and regulations of society to dictate our lives limits our ability to explore our true selves. As we age, we lose bits of our true selves in favour of conforming to the norms and expectations of society.
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Love from Bibi