27:I Have Always Been Complete

Truly important things are ignored. Among them, the most important thing is to know who I am. However, most people are convinced that this is meaningless. I have been taught that self improvement is more important than knowing who I am. So I had tried to improve myself, but I did not know who was doing the self-improvement. If I did not know who I was, I thought there was no point in improving myself. I was constantly trying to improve myself to completion, but there was no end. When I realized my true self, I came to the realization that I had always been complete. Even if it seems like I am incomplete, my true self is perfect. I realized that the goal of self-improvement is to understand that I am complete.