Be yourself, but who? - She Luxury
To be or not to be, that is the question. – asked Shakespeare in the 16th century. Today we answer: To be! Be yourself. And I ask you: Be yourself, but who?
Be yourself, to be or not to be,
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Be yourself, but who?

To be or not to be, that is the question. – asked Shakespeare in the 16th century. Today we answer: To be! Be yourself. And I ask you: Be yourself, but who?

I will quote Lem “Man has gone out to explore other worlds and other civilizations without having explored his own labyrinth of dark passages and secret chambers, and without finding what lies behind doorways that he himself has sealed” (Stanislaw Lem, Solaris). What a great human tragedy. To live all life without knowing who you really are and what have you been created to be. Without even trying to reveal a bit of the mystery, that is you.

Life is a very limited period of time that we have on this planet for our own use. Not many of us know, what to do with it. So we trying to fill this gap between birth and death with everything. School, family, Sephora gift cards, church, fashion, cooking, iPods, make-up, sex, dogs, blogs, vlogs, God, no God, freedom, Lloyds bank, morality, new car, job, money, no money, boyfriend, Ikea, healthy food, ecology, selfies, bumfies, religion, McDonald, philosophy, pregnancy, pampers, Primark, photography, 90% cotton, polyester, iPhone, art, beeing online, beeing cool, beeing fit, facebook, Buddha, jeil, environmental friendly, divorce, 4funTv, long lashes, politics, cleaning house, buying shoes, Opera, eggs, depression, Xmas trees, hand made, home made, followers, birthday cakes, Catholicism, vodka, joga, cats, virtual games, virtual friends, Green Peace, hair extension, Tesco, Jesus, botox, hialuro acid, love and other illusions. We fill this gap, that is called life, with everything, what the world has to offer, but we never ask ouerself, what is my world? Who is me? And when time is over, we have to go, without even knowing who we actually were. We never even tried to get to know ouerself better. Nobody will know who you are, and nobody will care. This is only yours obligatory task to do, as long as you are alive. First, get to know yourself!  Life is a gift and there is nothing more luxury than life. Use it wisely.

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