Many people identify and focus their attention on famous and successful people.
The fulfillment and achievement of a project spring up and stirs up fascinating souls of such self-affirmation in society.
The emulation towards the other implies more security and willingness to turn the spotlight in the shortest possible time.
However, is everything right what there showing us?
There is a lot of work and sweat behind every success in life, but in most cases, the appearance risks inserting a trap challenging to interpret.
The projection of ourselves towards others accelerates our personality’s change but leaves a void within us that does not belong to us.
Working on ourselves involves a more significant effort, but only in this way can we become authentic.
Expression in social life unconsciously shows an inevitable part of us.
We need the other to fill our lives, but we need ourselves to make reliable what we want to be.