Quote by Paul Coelho: “Maybe the journey isn’t so much about becoming ...”
This Is How I Discovered The Beauty In Unbecoming Myself
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I was raised to always be myself, not to care what others thought, and that it was on the inside not the outside that mattered most. Naive, yes, but also a wonderfully unblemished ideal. Growing up, my family did not have money to buy fancy clothes or fancy electronics, but it never mattered to me. My parents made sure that my happiness and sense of worth was not wrapped around my appearance or senseless objects. I was constantly told that I was beautiful, smart, and talented, and for the longest time I believed it. It was a slow transition from confident me to the current self-doubter and self-loather.
Feb 9, “Maybe the journey isn't so much about becoming anything. Maybe it's unbecoming everything that isn't you so you can be who you were.
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I think you're right. I think that this is a peice of wisdom you find across many different traditions. For example, what you say is exactly what is meant when Jesus said, "Unless ye become like little children ye cannot enter the Kingdom of Heaven. Children are not holding onto nearly as much as an adult who has built up a series of beliefs, so when it comes time to let go the child is already there whereas the adult has potentially a laundry list of possessions material or otherwise to let go of. We can better ourselves by not feeling to need. We currently have everything. Let go of having only a certain fraction of everything and you can have everything.