“Though we are all born with a seed of greatness, too many forget to water their seed until one day they deny its existence.
They are correct though, seeds eventually petrify and what once was ones greatest gift, becomes as poison to them.”
When we feel that we are not good enough to express as we truly are, relative to those we see around us, it is normal and even lauded, for us to conform. The moment we sacrifice what we feel is true inside of our selfs, truth is no longer truly important to us, only its appearance.
Our search for Meaning is replaced with childish abstractions, and Truth, is now something to be surveyed, relativized and determined by consensus.