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One day someone asked me do you know who I am?

One day someone asked me do you know who I am?

One day someone asked me do you know who I am?
I said no, don't know about you but I know who I am
Unless I establish authority nobody knows who you are.
You have to use your intellectual guts of your wisdom

Prior doing that always establish your identity
Without which will have no worth in society to stand
Whatever identity you build up must continue doing so
Your identity will have value if it is based ethical land

Only by saying, 'I know who I am' not serve any purpose
I know who I am, needs all ethical support to stand on it
Always to be humble & kind otherwise it will go vain
That identity will have no value in civil society's brain

Once it build up you need to maintain it on high ground
In pursuing it have to continue performing good deeds
In order to keep flying the flag you need air support to go high
After all those make sure 'No story of lies' appear on your name

Once you become 'An Icon of Honesty' in the Civil Society
Masses will follow you blindly as you have place in them
Whatever you say, is being quoted in Media to reflect on them
As long as you are alive & even after death remain a father figure of them
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