This definition of is broken is a little vague because it can be interpreted in many different ways. What exactly does it mean to be broken? What is it that we are trying to overcome? It could also be interpreted as a statement about the very nature of our self-concept, or the ways we may feel alienated by our current state of mind.
I think it is both. Many people who think they are broken have no real self-awareness and feel alienated by their state of mind. One definition of being broken could be that we are not in control of our thoughts, feelings, actions, and so forth. Many people who feel this way have no real self-awareness at all.
Broken is just as much a metaphor as it is a definition of being broken. As with fractured, it can be a very simple concept or a very complex one. A more nuanced definition of broken would be an inability to control our thoughts, feelings, actions, and so forth. As a more nuanced definition, it could be referring to someone who has great difficulty in feeling in control of their thoughts, feelings, actions, and so forth.
But there are many people who feel like they can’t be self-aware in any way. And this goes back to the previous point. But what if you can’t be self-aware about your actions and you have no control over them? What if you are broken? So we don’t know how we feel, we’re not aware of our thoughts, and yet we feel fine.
That’s what breaks the Self-Awareness. The point is that you have to be aware of your thoughts, your actions, and so forth. So you cannot be totally free from them. They are there. You have to feel them. If you do not feel them, you cannot have them.
What makes a strong sense is that we are all in the same situation… we are all in the same place. We feel good about ourselves and will do what we have to. The only thing that makes a strong sense is that we have no idea who we are, what we do, and what we are doing. The only thing that makes a strong sense is that we have no idea who we are, what we do, and what we are doing.
This is true for any part of your life. In the same way that a broken bone is not a fracture, a fractured relationship is not an illness. A person with a fractured relationship does not have a broken relationship. There is a strong sense of identity, but without any sense of who you are.
We think that fracture is part of what we call illness. It is a term people use to describe a wide variety of things, including broken relationships, broken families, broken friendships, broken jobs, and broken careers. It’s like the broken bone. It’s not a fracture; it’s just something we call an illness. What fractures us is the way we perceive our identities. We are in relationships with people who seem broken even while we are in relationships with people who seem fine.
So we have fractures in our relationships and we have fractures in our jobs and we have fractures in our careers. What fractures us is the way we perceive our identities. We are in relationships with people who seem broken even while we are in relationships with people who seem fine.