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About me :)

Nadja Ebner

11 Oct 17 · 1 min read

Do you have this problem when you have to tell something about yourself, and you don’t know how to do it properly? What to say? What is it that defines me? Do I want anything to categorize me and put me in some box? Well, not really…

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So I will tell you something about my current state. 

I am evolving. Nature changes all the time without losing its essence, and I want to go along with it. I am not searching for myself because I already have myself with me 24/7. I am searching for ways how to improve in fields that are important to me. 

I picture myself how I want to be, and I want to act accordingly. Basically, action is what occupies my thoughts. 

As a philosopher, I was thinking a lot during college years. Before that period of my life, it wasn’t much different. I was living in my head, and the most interesting things that happened to me were taking place in my imaginary world. I decided it was enough. 

It's time to stop daydreaming and take a step towards those dreams. It’s time for action.
Edited: 1 year ago by Nadja Ebner

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