We all want to find ourselves but many people don’t know how – therefore we can create a fictional role for ourselves and literally set out to put our role in place physically.
When we become conscious that we are playing roles, we will usually stop and look at ourselves. We want to be sincere as we live the image of self, but how can we be sincere and truthful about who we are, if we do not know who we are? So we play roles, which covers up the integrity of our Spirit Consciousness as we establish “images” of who we think we are or who we want to be.
Playing a role requires imagination and quick thinking to keep yourself from falling on your face. We make ourselves who we are by the way we think, behave, speak, and interact on our stage of life. We can never blame another person for the level of our reality that we create. Yet we only want to accept personal responsibility for those things in our life that support our personal image of who we think we are.