starve the ego, feed the soul.

I feel that all of us get pretty caught up in appearances. We get consumed in pleasing everyone else by acting “cool”, getting what’s “in”, doing what’s “right”…It ends up to the point where we spend so much time doing all these external things to feed our egos, that we don’t spend nearly enough time investing in our inner selves—finding out who we really are, and what we really want.

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