We've all asked ourselves the question: Who am I? Personally, I have no clue who I am, and I believe it's meant to be that way. Instead of restricting myself and imposing my own definitions of who I am, I let others do the job for me. However, the opinions and perceptions of others about who I am are not what defines me. If I were to give myself the chance to define who I am, it would go something like this: An ordinary person moving forward toward a mystery.
Perhaps that's the essence of being oneself in life – discovering new facets of oneself and what one can accomplish – evolving. I've never quite grasped the expression "to be oneself." How can one not be oneself? It doesn't really matter what one says and does; in the end, it's one's own expression, and one is oneself. You can express exactly what you want, and the thought that you can't be yourself comes from the idea that things don't always go as planned in life.
That being said, I believe it's important not to limit oneself by defining who one is. Because I mean it: Absolutely no one walks around fully understanding who they are in this world. No one! So, I encourage you to stop using the concept of being yourself. It's a fabricated concept that isn't grounded in reality.
If the chance is minimal. But there is no risk. Take the chance