Who are you, really?

The people we admire are not the people we’d like to be with, and the people we’d like to be with are not the way we’d like to be and the way we’d like to be is not the way people see us and the way people see us is not the way we are and the way we are is not the way we think we are and the way we think we are is not the way others think we think we are and the way others think we think we are is not the way we think they think we are but most importantly, it’s not the way they think we think they think we are. So who are we?

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