being “good” isn’t

To be "good," we follow a guide, an abstract image of what a "good person" does.
Attempting to "do the right thing" covers your authentic self, but the repressed emotions remain (primarily resentment).
Rather than being good, be wholly you: an authentic individual expressing feelings, and you may find you are naturally good when not repressing into conformity.

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