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Being simply unique, not perfect

Sitting on my couch in the dim light of the night, I pondered: Do we value being unique? Engrossed in fulfilling small tasks in our lives, we are probably losing ourselves.

Nobody is superior, nobody is inferior and neither equal. We all are simply incomparable and unique. I wonder why people have such a queer tendency of trying to portray a character of themselves whom they really are not. Reading success stories, we try to adopt qualities of others just to become successful and to prove ourselves.

Nobody is superior, nobody is inferior and neither equal. We all are simply incomparable and unique.

Dreams do come true for those who have the courage to believe in them. God created all of us with unique qualities. He didn’t create us to be perfect. We should appreciate our uniqueness and nurture it. Believe me, those different talents of ours will create success stories one day. All great people with huge wealth, magnificent empires, and extraordinary ideology have been successful because they never followed anyone; instead, they believed in their uniqueness. We must have the courage to dream and passion to work.

By obscuring our true emotions with fake expressions, dreaming about a better life, and trying to satisfy others, we are probably exploiting ourselves. Instead of being somebody else, try to be yourself because you are meant to be simply unique. The world needs the real you. Stop trying to become like others by copying them; just be yourself because you are perfect in your imperfections and different in your own little ways.

As it has been rightly said: “Being unique is better than being perfect.”

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Jagrati Jain is a 15-year-old student of St Raphael’s Hr Sec School, Indore.

Jagrati Jain

Jagrati Jain is a 15-year-old student of St Raphael’s Hr Sec School, Indore.