People are anxious to find themselves, to know what it is that makes them special and indispensable. Is individuality really defined by a set of likes and dislikes and mannerisms called a personality? Is it defined by what we wear or with whom we keep company? Who you and I really are, what makes us invaluable and unique, is something we're already equipped with.
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