The Nature of Impostor Syndrome
It doesn't matter how long you've been here. It will happen. Your face will float in this space, with many others, trying not to be devoured by whales or scammers, enduring pointing fingers, scrutinizing eyes, complacent or prickly comments... Doing everything possible to keep that creative magic alive.
And many times, for a while, you will fail. The tongues and fingers and eyes, oftentimes your own, will overwhelm you and you'll cower in fear and self-doubt.
But eventually you will grow the wings you were told were impossible, and learn to fly. Many times you will feel that you do not deserve the flight, and that the wings do not belong to you. But the more you use them, the more familiar they will become.
You will use many masks, but remember that they are not you- they do not even belong to you, and they will fall off sooner or later. Keep enough of them to perform your act, but not too many, so that everyone can recognize you.
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