WHEN I LOOK AT ME IN THE MIRROR

Each of us has a code of behavior, our own ethics made up of unwritten ideals and well-defined rules.

One of these for me is never betraying me, ever. For nothing and for anyone; in fact, when you betray yourself, you always do it in relation to an expectation that the outside world has of you, a wrong awareness, an unfounded prejudice.

This is why I find one thing fundamental: waking up every morning and being able to look at myself in the mirror without feeling too betrayed by those insecurities that want to shape me as another person or, simply, want a kind of perfection aimed at acceptance.

But does he really get to betray himself for being something he really isn't?

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