Who am I?

The question which doesn’t let us sleep or who wakes us up in the middle of the night.

And by us I mean those of us who feel we are here for greater things, that we need to become the best version ourselves.

But in order to do that we need to know who we truly are.

I encountered this when visiting Madame Tussauds Museum in Istanbul.

I took the shot and started wondering around it.

My name is Andreea, but it’s just that a name tag. 

Reading this you may call me a blogger but this is another tag and so on.

I am a spirit hosted by this body named Andreea which is here typing this article, which yes entitles you to call me a blogger.

I feel that I learn something new about myself each day.

I learn about my strengths and appreciate them and I am shown my weaknesses in order to work on them.

I am a walking work of art, and there is no other identical to me in the world.

Think about this: isn’t it mind blowing?

Each day when I look in my internal mirror I see MYSELF.

Ok it might sound fancy this internal mirror thing.

I will “break it down in pieces for you”.

The internal mirror  speaks to us them moment we are bare of proudness, social norms , and everything we might project in the world.

So in that moment, if we are brave enough we acknowledge our  frustrations, our realisations, our whole being.

Let me share with you this: I read daily and for -now- 21 days I write daily.

What’s this got to do with anything?

Well it has: it teaches me each day to discipline myself, to show up, to do the work.

It teaches me to commit: to myself.

So I know this: no matter what in life, if I set my mind on something I will show up for myself. I will not disappoint myself.

I show up here for the living work of art that I am: to grow myself up, to serve, and to be the best version of myself.

Wishing you the best day ever and remember to ask yourself today: who am I?

The answer will astonish you for sure.

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