Who are you?

Do you know who you are? Are you the same person to everyone you meet? Are there parts of your life that you hide from others to make your life simpler? The art of interpersonal communication teaches us that we are someone different to everyone we meet, but how deep do these presenting faces need to go? At what point of fracturing do we no longer know ourselves?


Why do we create these barriers? Is there a need to lie to keep them in place? Why are we scared of everyone knowing the real us? Life is full of judgement, jealousy and guilt. These problems are only increased by denying our true selves.


Everyone deserves happiness, but not at the cost of the happiness of others.