Imagine life as a grand theater. We all wear a costume, but what truly matters is not the outfit, but the performance. This is like our genome, a carnival disguise. It's 99.9% the same in everyone, but that remaining 0.1%... That's where the spark of individuality lies!
Society is like a board game. We all play with the same pieces, but some decide to cheat. Why? Because being honest doesn't always seem so profitable. It's like those control games mentioned by psychologist Stephen Karpman: victim, persecutor, and savior. They're like costumes at a Halloween party, hiding our true intentions.
Now, imagine your life as a smartphone. Would you let someone else manage it for you? Of course not. So, why let others make decisions in your life? If you believe you're the chosen one or special, that's fine, but remember, your stage is your life, not others'.
In the end, life is not about what we think we are, but about what we do with those beliefs. It's like being a chef in your own kitchen: it doesn't matter the ingredients you have, but how you use them.
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