I aspire to be me, so no. I lost myself years ago, in trying to be who everyone else wanted me to be, but once I realized this, I set out to rediscover who I was, and have let go of trying to achieve other peoples expectations.
I've never had very lofty goals. I surpassed those years ago, and now I totally amaze myself.
Like to be)Employed,fit n healthy,meet a nice woman,happy.
i try not to be two different ppl. I just ry to be me. Where's the fun in life if u can't be who you are?
Yeah about 1,000,000 dollars in my bank account.
I always aspired to be the person that I could be, who needs all that pressure of wanting to be the President.
I'm six feet tall but I have always wanted to be a circus midget..... I guess that's not going to happen any time soon:(
The answer depends on if you have aspirations or not and whether you have reached or exceeded those aspirations in your lifetime.
100% difference. I am still only my potential
Two sides of me are totally different!!!
Yes. The former describes who you are, while the latter describes who you want to be.
Only in a physical sense...
I aspire to always be more than I am. No one is perfect, least of all me, so there is always something more to aspire to be.
I plan to start my own business in retirement and be my own boss. I want to fell free and independent; a big difference from working for a knucklehead boss and not enjoying my job.
Only the law separates who I want to be.
yes. i think you can aspire to be greater than what you are at the moment. :))
You know, It's just real fine to be me. I'm who I always wanted to be and never dreamed I would be
Yes. In some ways no and in some ways I am far from being the person I aspire to be. I work on that daily. I make an effort to "be the person I want to be."
Some people are dissatisfied with themselves and their lives, but make no attempt to change. "That's just the way I am." "That's just the way things are." Just resigned. I find those excuses annoying.
In some ways I am what I aspire to be. I'm proud of that.
In short....yes & no
yes i am who i am in fact, because who i am came from my past experiences in youth growing in me like roots and that is who i am inward an outward, so far. i would not wish to know then what i know now, because then it would not be me, so i aspire to learn more as i live in today so my future is understood.
Who I am is ''REAL'' , and Who I am aspire is always UNREAL about me.