Acting like you don’t know who you are, does not allow for real connection. It is surfacey. Some would say, we can’t ever be that open and vulnerable with other people, they may hurt you. I dare to ask, if there are more people that hurt you, then those that try to help, listen, lend a hand or support and encourage. If the answer is no, then why don’t we do it more often? If we allowed each other to feel us more through our genuine authenticity, our authentic nature, wherever. Meet each other at the place where you would lay down the copy of someone else you saw and emulated rather than walked in the true nature and essence of self, I guess first we must hear or have a picture of what that looks like because we can’t be what we can’t see; that’s why it’s hard to manifest. You have to be able to see yourself doing whatever that is and for a while just in case you have to be doing it for that long. So, being all of you attracts those that fit with your journey you’re on. It doesn’t mean it’s easier but that you have a true understanding of why your journey is like it is because mostly you made it that way, consciously or unconsciously. And you begin to walk the path without disdain because now you imagine yourself as a director and you made each scene like you envisioned and it all works for you even when it doesn’t the first or second time, but you don’t give up, because it’s building muscle memory of what works, and what doesn’t. Life is amazing like that. And for some of us, it happens longer, and some shorter, that’s why you have to know who you are and that you don’t need to have a more messy and uncontrolled life. Now, hey, if you like things all everywhere, and you don’t know where you’re going next, or you could see the life you want and build your life around that until it is happening for longer periods than it is not, who wouldn’t want that? Well, I do.