Is there anyone you'd rather be?
If so, explain why. If not, explain why.
I'd rather be a better version of myself. Slightly better looking, slightly more intelligent, and a whole lot richer.
I am what I am by the grace of God
There is only one me so I am happy to be! Prasie God!
Be yourself because everyone else is taken. I am myself and if there's anything I would change about myself, it would be to be better at being myself. What can you get out of life if you aren't yourself. Everyone is special and if I try to be anyone else it will not fit with my personality and therefore not make me happy being me.
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