I began reading a book by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross & David Kessler called Life Lessons, although I have only reached chapter 3 this book has really touched my heart to an enlightening stage. I have already cried about 3 times and laughed a couple more at accounts they have used. It is truly touching, we live our lives always trying to please everyone around us, whether it is our families, our co-workers, our bosses, our friends, our neighbors but in that we hardly ever look at who we truly are under the many masks we play for the world, just because we have this idea or fantasy of who we should be or represent as a mum, sister, daughter, daughter-in-law, friend, employee. or obviously vice versa for a male At the end those masks don't ever really matter, it is who we are within and who we know ourselves to truly be. In the book they question "what you would truly do if you weren't being watched?" and I realized that this played a big part for me last year when I had that Aha moment where I accepted who I myself am with no cares about anyone else around. As I began to be honest with myself the world around me changed and I was no longer afraid to scream it out to the world! The book talks about people who only realize this on their death beds, it sort of clicks that they lived their life trying to please everyone around, except taking the time to do what they really enjoy. If you want a good read on Life, and you are looking to make changes in yours then check it out!