Have you ever tried to be like another person?
There are some people who try to imitate a person who is loved by many people. What do you think about it?
Yes, I have tried to be like someone else, such as an actor I admired. Of course my acting sucked, but it was fun while it lasted. I felt more confident in that moment, so it was quite an experience. People tended to notice, even if they weren't sure who I was imitating. Nor did they realize what I was trying to do.
I have, but in the end, I realize that I have to be myself. I have to be proud by all things in me; I have to do my best for the rest of my life; I have to be useful for others by my own way. It is no use to be like others; each of us has speciality by our own that can not be imitated by others. The acts of imitation only will put us in the condition of living without soul. But, to be ourselves will lead us to our victory no matter it is appreciated or not by others.
Like me, myself. I don't want to be like other people. I have specialities on my own and I have to develop it for my better future. You do, too...!
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