Real you is what you do no one is watching you.

Change will not come until you change.

You may be doing different things at different times to achieve different goals and milestones. Even maybe to full fill your daily earning or for maybe as your hobby. The ultimate of each would be a successful completion. Are you willing to be monitored while you are performing? The answer would no for 99% because of freedom and satisfaction.

Coming to the topic it’s always important to understand about you before defining others. Because you see others from your point of view and your measures and preferences. If you see a person as a very bad person it’s only your measure and it does not 100% say that he/she is a very bad person. The same applies as a very good person. When it comes to the theory of categorizing people you need to remember theory applies vise-versa for others and especially the person who categorizes.

Therefore the best to understand is “Who am I?” Before you ask anyone “ Who are you?” and “What are you doing”. But hardest to understand is who you are than defining anyone else.

Who am I? This is a unique question you could ask yourself to find a purpose for you. This question may seem sophisticated and could provide different interpretations. Some may think this is crazy and some think it as a pointless question.

You may be doing different things and spending your time but according to the topic real you are the person or who you are is one none is watching.

Further digging into the topic I believe with the topic “The real you are the person or who you are is one none is watching” 90% have defined the real sprit within themselves. But for the others, it all about how you work towards your objective without wasting your time and efforts to build your future, not because of the reason others will see you what you are doing.

Be genuine for your self, Be yourself and unique yourself to make a change.

“Faithless To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”– Ralph Waldo Emerson

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