The Objective Observer
Like most people you may love to surround yourself with people who offer you praise.
It is nice to receive encouragement and support from the people you surround yourself with.
Now here is the interesting question.
Why is it so difficult to offer the praise, encouragement and support to yourself?
You may identify who you are by the car you drive, the house you live in, the job you do or some other materialistic thing in your life.
You may receive accolades a plenty.
But who are you if you strip all these things away?
Are you at peace with your authentic self?
Do you recognise your true worth?
Another big question or maybe three.
How do you find inner peace?
How do you know when you are enough?
How do you find your authentic self?
First of all become your objective observer.
Then master you ego.
In my next post I will share more information about ego.
In the meantime.
Enjoy an amazing day.
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