Keeping It Real

Authentic

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My personality is functioning. On some days I have a lot of energy, and a lot of kind words may be exchanged. On other days, if everything goes wrong, “my mood shifts and I am “cross.” I’d like to think of myself as genuinely “an, all-around good person.” I have flaws: I admit that I am not perfect: I could use some “fixing.” By acknowledging my imperfections, on my own, “I am authentic.” There is “No,” competition, “No,” preconceived thoughts, I react appropriately to life changes. I am not trying to prove myself to anyone. I am not jealous. These are “parts” of who I am, “A work in progress.” Improving myself, on my own terms. I believe in individuality, “enough said.”

As I sat on a bench in a nearby mall, I people watched. It is quirky entertainment watching parents deal with unruly children; clearly, “many, hadn’t read any books on disciplining,” I would think. A child needs, “to learn and to grow.” In time, they’ll learn by parents, teachers, friends, coworkers, etc. Hopefully, they will grow “to accept things they cannot change, and the wisdom to know the difference; stay Authentic.”

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