The Journey of Self-Discovery – part 2

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Hi everyone!:) Hope you all are doing well.  Here is another post which continues “The Journey of Self-Discovery – part 1”. Hope you all enjoy it as much as I do.

Moving on to the artwork, it was the same as “The Journey of Self-Discovery – part 1” created in a digital format. The entire artwork represents who I really am and what I should insist. I’m a type of person who needs a lot of freedom and space…never in my life like to follow what others say…As a result,  I find myself feeling disturbed when  people around tell me what to do. Ever since I graduated, my family and relatives have been telling what I should do in terms of career. Their advice have become more and more right after they got to know I was changing from one job to another. To be honest, I am very blessed to have them giving me advice. I know they did it because they love me and care about me. However, they neglect the fact that none of the occupations they mentioned is suitable for me. I do feel miserable sometimes as it’s difficult to make them understand why I don’t follow what they advised. On the other hand, I just can’t do something that I’m unable to fit in.

The people who were sitting behind me in the artwork represents my family and relatives. They created a crowded background which portrays the advice they gave me has reached a point where my mind has no more space to fit them in. I was sitting right in front of them is to remind myself that I’ll always be the main character of my life. Yes – they are a part of my life. However, they will always act as background having my back to support me continuously. No one can understand myself better, except myself. I should always stand for myself and fight for what I  love to do. No matter how hard it is to make them understand, I need to believe in myself and keep proving them what I chose is right. Sooner or later they will understand why I don’t follow what they advised.

I’m sure a lot of you have a similar experience. What did/ would you do if you have a similar experience?

If you are interested in the artwork my friend and I created/ you have any questions, please feel free to email/comment in the comment section.

Stay strong and positive xoxoxoxo Khloe

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17 thoughts on “The Journey of Self-Discovery – part 2

    1. Thank you for your sweet comment Koki! 🙂 I totally agree with you and that’s what I acknowledge as well. I need to believe in myself. 🙂 By the way, “The Journey of Self-Discovery – part 3” is coming up next week. It focuses more on a positive side. Check it out if you are interested. Have a lovely day! 🙂

      With love,
      xoxoxoxo Khloe

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    1. Thank you for your sweet comment Kara! 🙂 It definitely made my day. I’ve already posted “The Journey of Self-Discovery – part 3” on my blog. Check it out if you are interested. Have a great day! 🙂

      With love,
      xoxoxoxo Khloe

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  1. People around us are always concerned with our welfare but it the end it always comes to a single person,the actions ans impact will affect the most to none other than that person itself,so I believe no one else can understand a person’s decision,the criteria behind better…Go with your own mind and even if it doesn’t turn you into a millionaire,you will be satisfied of having chosen it with dignity.. 😉

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    1. Thank you for your supporting comment!:) I totally agree with all that you said here. Going with my own is all I need to do. It’s what keeps me alive. Thanks again taking your time to read my post! It really means a lot to me. Have a great day! 😉

      With love,
      xoxoxoxo Khloe

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  2. No one can be a better you than you. In many families, elders usually think they know how your life should proceed, but fail to understand what path they think is best career wise, does not bring you peace. I see this often honestly.

    Great explanation of this image

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    1. Thanks a ton to you taking your time to read this old post of mine! 😉 I’m glad to find like-minded person like you 🙂 It will never feel right to walk in the shoes of others so I chose to walk my own. It made the day to know you liked this post. Best wishes to you ❤

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