years ago, people didn't have
"identity" or "individualism" troubles.
People had a standing (name) in their community and in their families.
People knew who they were this way.
Then, self identities started to become more and more difficult to have.
People's 'names' were and still are being copied, used to brand, characterize, copy, covet, devalue, falsify, give up, hide, junk, lose, make-up, neutralize, monopolize, patronize, sell, trade, want, yearn for,
to make them for sale to buy!
I watched this young actress on a talk show describing her acting career as 'her brand.'
She plays a digestive track in a commercial.
And what people have come to feel "entitled"
to has become "un-real" expectations of/in life.
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