QUESTION POSTED BY AMARINDER ARORA
We all face problems of self-esteem at certain times in our life. Isn’t it? We feel inferior to a lot of people around us and it bothers us. We curse ourselves for no reason and in the process, some people even end up harming themselves.
The ultimate goal of the self is to protect an image of its self-integrity, morality and adequacy. Right? But at what cause?
We start with being honest to ourselves and align to our own values, morals and ethics. More often than not, in the name of these morals and values which we set for our good, bind us and restrict us. So, we end up crying because the instilled values won’t let us be rude to anyone and hurt them. Holy mother of god.
Is it morally correct? Let’s talk, we must.
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