Can I clearly say that I never said the phrase "This is who I am."

I hate it. I hate saying it. Even on that perspective, I enjoy being unsure of who I am.

I don't like being predictable with people. I like disguising myself in so many different persons. Depending, on my mood.

I never liked being sure of who I am because I feel like there is no room for exploration, there is no room for experiencing, no room for improving or understanding.

When you're sure of who you are, it feels dormant. Like a flat character that doesn't undergo development. People are just going to underestimate you. In a way you feel boxed-in. There is never really anything new.

It's not acting. It's not identity disorder. It's also not being fake. It's like travelling. Be new people. I want to know people within myself. I don't like remaining as the same person, people knew.

There would be days I could be the keeper. There are days I also want to be the mistress. There would be days I want to be a boy, There are days I want to be a girl.

There would be days I am a Christian and other times I am an Atheist. There would also be nights I am a psychopath, and mornings that I am fragile.

The world is a vast place to just be yourself.
Why can't we be multiple people in one?
dustyoldclock dustyoldclock
22-25, F
1 Response Aug 17, 2014

The uncertainty of not knowing who you are can be so scary at times at least for me! I never know where I'm going or what I'm doing in life the moment I say "this is what I'll be or this Is what ill do" **** always ends up hitting the fan xD!

That is quite true. But we can't really help it. Let's just use it to our advantage. :)

@ the age of 7 I wanted to be a chef. I'm a great freaking cook! But then **** happened I can't deal with people screaming and raging at me in the kitchen so I gave up on that dream. XD I'd have guys going hard on me telling me **** like "how could you **** that up" when it was like my 1st time ever doing that specific recipe reminded me of highschool not about that noise