Being who we really are

Not many of us are lucky¬†enough to be who they really artumblr_oav00tykwc1vpv2xso1_400e. The luckiest at least just “know” who they really are even if they actually aren’t that. I’ve always admired people who made a life out of their passions. It takes a lot to do it, unless your passion is working for a bank or be a government employee. You study and work in order to get a job and you’re done. What if you want to be a painter? The entire world will tell you not to do it, you will be starving, you need at least a plan B. But the ones who keep on and succeed in this are the one who did not listen… Continue reading