If young children are truly mindful, positive and self-confident, (before adults teach them to be young adults), how do they discover who they are?
How do you answer these questions from the perspective of a young child? Who am I? Who decides who I am? Am I me? What will I be? Who will I be? Will you let me be, who I was meant to be?
As I grow, to what voices do I need to listen and what voices do I need to tune out? How will I know?
How do I tell who wants to help me grow into who I want to be or who I am meant to be? How can I tell who wants to mold me into someone that fits their expectations? Who will help me become who I will be?
“I am who “I am”. Not who you want me to be. Not who you want me to be. I am me.”–Brigitte Nicole
Am I a unique person? What do I like about me? Do I value me? Who do I want to become?
If I want to develop into my best, authentic self, is my voice the most important? Is my belief in myself critical? If I am me, am I not great?