It’s just a role play…
Any title or post (profession, position) we hold is just a role we play or a dramatic performance.
We will work tirelessly to achieve this role until we achieve it. Often when we are young parents, elders or teachers make us work to determine our future character. Unbearable suffering. After getting the character, he works hard to maintain it. After saving the character, he works hard to overcome the challenges that come with it.
Then the society traps us in this role. In short, they put their hands on our backs and push us. Character becomes part of our identity.
Society expects us to behave.
As a simple example, let’s think of someone playing the role of a teacher. Society expects him or her to behave, walk and talk like a teacher. There are some things that the society has passed that these are the right things to be a teacher and these are the wrong things. The person playing the role of the teacher often has to adapt to this. Since my wife is also a teacher, I have seen cases where she has to try hard to protect her character as a teacher.
It means the social life, economic life and lifestyle will be shaped accordingly.
After this happens, that person does not do what he wants, but what the character wants until he dies. Even after the camera is off and the teleplay is over, he continues to act.
They robs us of the character.
The society we live in robs us of the character we were born with in this way. We lose our own character. Some people somehow adapt to their true character through it all. But most of the life time is spent not on our true character and needs.
Playing a character can be essential to life. But while playing this character,
“Who am I really? – Am I doing what I want, or what my character wants?”
It is worth asking yourself from time to time. Then they begin to understand that they are not really the character they are playing.
Keep trying to live in your own character.
Many people try to turn to their true character and live in it after they retire from their jobs. But the opportunity he or she had to live in the role he or she really had in the youth phase is gone by that time.
This is because, as a person who has spent most of his life, there are limits to what he can absorb and enjoy in his true character.
In general, the social and economic system of today’s world cannot avoid forcing every person into a certain character. As there is very little ability to live without being trapped like that, everyone has to fall victim to that coercion.
So… what should do?
The best thing is to do is, to live within the role in the real character every moment possible. Then you can be happy that the real character has been given a significant amount of time based on the life span of a corner.