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"Authenticity is a collection of choices that we have to make every day. .... [It's] the choice to let our true selves be seen."

Brené Brown


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According to the dictionary, "authenticity" in a person means reliable and genuine. These are certainly qualities that we value in ourselves and others, but when we delve into the question of genuineness, who we really are, it's hard to find a definitive answer. Where does this idea of who I am come from? Reflections and Inspiration examine how it is related to my past, my experience, the society and historical context in which I live, and to the very words and concepts that I use to formulate an answer for myself. Perhaps "authentic" doesn't mean "fixed," the author-actor of the Feature suggests. It expands as I become capable of seeking in myself more and more of the traits I see in others. My sense of self shifts from separativity to inclusion. Maybe I am much more than who I think I am!

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