This article is the third one I have written for The Self-Awareness Digest. They are from a book called the “I Will Be Who I Am” book. The first one was written in January 2010, and the second one was written in April 2012.
For the first one, I used the quotes from a YouTube video of the movie Cupid. The second one was a bit more poetic. It’s also an article I wrote for the I Will Be Who I Am website a few years ago.
I’m very pleased that you’ve been able to find some new and refreshing articles on the matter of self-awareness. Thank you for taking the time to read and comment on my posts.
For the I Will Be Who I Am book, the first quote was from the last page. The second quote was from the middle of the previous page. To find the middle of the page, you can use the search function in the menu on the top left. Then, to find the quote on the page, you scroll down.
The reason why the first quote was from the last page was because, you know, you’re not going to find anything interesting in the I Will Be Who I Am book. I’m sorry if I have to say it, but I had a hard time figuring out how to put this one right. So, I am grateful to you for your patience.
I think we can all agree that if you have to ask who the “I” in “I Will Be Who I Am” is, it’s a pretty good indication that you’re not going to find much in that book. Cupid, the god of love, is a pretty important character in the book and, although I agree that he is a pretty important character, I don’t think he fits the bill of the omnipresent “I.
Cupids, or Cupid’s Lover, is a Greek god and goddess who’s main character is a lover. In the film, in which she is played by a young actress, she’s a rather young and pretty girl who makes her living as a prostitute. But in the book, she’s a thirty-year-old goddess who is more interested in poetry, philosophy, and life than in anything else.
Cupid quotes are a classic literary device for making a character or a narrator seem like a complete idiot. So Cupids quotes are, in the book, usually used to poke fun at the hero’s foolishness. In the film, on the other hand, they are often used as a way to make a character more sympathetic or relatable.
Cupids quotes. You know, they’re a little bit like the “what does she really want?” or “I only want what I really own” question. They’re often used in fiction where the hero is either too arrogant or too stupid to realize his or her own true desires. In Cupids quotes, the hero is more likely to be a stupid fool.
In Cupids quotes, we see the hero who is very self-aware and self-aware. The hero is very much aware of what he wants and what he doesn’t want in life. So in Cupids quotes, we see the hero who is very aware of his own selfishness and arrogance. In the film, it seems that the hero was more aware of himself and his own desires, but not aware of his own foolishness.