At its core, the aspiration to be known is a universal human desire. We all want to feel seen and heard, and to have our unique identities and perspectives recognized and valued. Being known can bring a sense of belonging and connection to others, as well as a sense of validation and self-worth.
However, the idea of being known can also be complex and nuanced. We may not always want to be known for certain aspects of ourselves, or we may fear being judged or misunderstood by others. There can also be a pressure to conform to certain expectations or norms in order to be known in a particular way.
The choice to be known or to be unknown is one you may make. Either choice can be both fulfilling and challenging in equal measure. It's important to find balance and authenticity in our pursuits, and remember that we are all deserving of being seen and appreciated for who we are.