Hey guys I am Rejana.I am 14 years old and I like a lot to write.
You think I am writng for myself in this article, well you are wrong.
have you ever asked yourself:"WHO AM I?"
Maybe yes, maybe no. Well I think we all have to do this question to ourselves. Who are we? Maybe we think we are very good person, maybe we think we are too bad. Have we ever asked somebody else how are we.We all do mistakes nobody is perfect.Maybe we think that these mistakes aren't of our guilt.At first we should analyze ourself than the others.This question - asked so often - suggests that there is actually a plausible answer. Almost as if our being were a fixed thing. People who ask this sort of question are typically struggling with their identity and are searching for a core sense of themselves. The irony is that the more you seek to identify who you are, the more fragile you are likely to feel about yourself. There may be an inverse correlation between the question being asked and the ease with which you experience your life. The emphasis shouldn't be on discovering who you are (what is buried beneath) but on facilitating the emergence of what you'd like to experience.Our identity should be seen as an ongoing process. Rather than a static snapshot, we should embrace a flowing sense of self, whereby we are perpetually re-framing, re-organizing, re-thinking and re-considering ourselves. It makes perfect sense to seek a deeper sense of self. To become intimately aware of your thoughts, feelings, hopes and fears is obviously advisable. The key is to engage your sense of self as malleable, more like a willow tree than a sturdy oak. The willow is flexible and survives the storm as it bends with the wind, whereas the more rigid oak is more likely to crack.
Rejana B