“Self-Discovery” is the Act of Discovering an Ugly Past

“Each human individually places their ugliness to the past, everything they dislike about themselves to the past; though, when they begin to be encouraged to discover themselves, accept themselves, they are within the act of reliving what they dislike about themselves, and they never improve. To see the past as something to put behind, a tragedy, perhaps, to remember, but never relive, is to objectively see the word ‘ugly’ as something of self-discovery.”

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