This is a story about the importance of self-awareness. This story is about the importance of self-awareness, so let’s get to it.
So, why is awareness so important in the long run? Well, because so many people are so unself-aware that they can’t tell themselves the truth. They can’t tell themselves that their thoughts and actions are based on reality. They can’t tell themselves that they are doing the right thing or that their actions are going to help others. They just sit back and see no need to take the time to learn how to be aware.
But of course, as I wrote in my previous story, the reason why most people don’t know how to be aware is because they are too busy looking down their noses at themselves and saying things like “Oh yeah, I’m aware of this, because I’m an idiot.” Or “I’m aware of this because I’m a dumbass.” Or “I’m aware of this because I’m a lazy bastard.
This is where the word “awareness” comes in. Awareness is what allows you to see the forest for the trees, and be aware of what’s out there. But most people don’t know how to be aware because they are too busy being aware of their own shortcomings. They don’t want to take the time to learn how to become aware of their own shortcomings.
Of course, being aware of our own shortcomings is key in this respect. We don’t want to get caught up in our weaknesses and become overwhelmed by them, so we want to learn to become aware of them. We often feel bad about how we are, but we need to learn to feel bad about ourselves first.