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No One Knows You Better Than Yourself #Knowyourself

Posted on the 25 August 2016 by Jaideep Khanduja @PebbleInWaters

No one knows you better than yourself. If that is true, you would not have been asking mirror every day. Can we really peep into our heart and define ourselves. In fact, we would not be livïng in doubts if it is true. Rather, we dress to see appreciation for us in others. Still, if you feel no one knows you better than yourself  then probably you need to perform these tasks and prove it. Stop looking into the mirror for self-observation and self-assessment. Also, stop expecting others admire you and search for a kind of appreciation. During my childhood, I came across a fabulous learning. It says – In this world of individuals, a comparison is a senseless activity. In fact, it is one of the top trouble creators in the whole world. While everyone is a victim of this, it takes a lot of energy to overcome it.

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The grading and rankïng in schools, sports, competitions, etc. are basically the spoilers of life. Though on the positive side it  might create a challenge to excel in life, but it has a lot of negative impacts. The most serious impact is you start losing your identity. And that is why when you hear or read that no one knows you better than yourself, you don’t believe. As a matter of fact, it is a universal truth. Obviously, no one can know me better than myself. But we start living in a world of ignorance. We start ignoring ourselves and our entities. We start looking at ourselves as others see us. And in turn, we start living an artificial life. But then it is never too late.

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No one knows you better than yourself

So I decided to peep in my heart and fïnd out how would I describe myself. If it has to be in one line then it goes like this – I am what I am.

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