What must it be like to be you, I wonder? Different life. Different body, different gender. Another language, another lifestyle, different foods. A whole different set of unresolved personal problems. We’re so different, you and I. But it’s exactly in imagining the difference where we find the not so different. Stepping outside of ourselves and into the shoes of the other allows us to find ourselves in the process of discovering the other. Self-discovery is a game of hide-and-seek. I find myself hidden in you.
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