We live in the era of brand names. We make people look inferior when we are wear branded clothes. From Gucci to Zara & from Nike to H&M Clothes, we are surrounded by these brand names.
I have a friend who wears everything Calvin Klien from a t-shirt to Underwear. There is nothing wrong with wearing branded clothes, but don’t let it be the reason you feel good about yourself.
Sometimes we have so many other brand names on us that we forget our name. How ridiculous is that?
When was the last time you were proud of your name and not because of the Apple phone that you were holding? When was the last time you felt good about yourself and not because of the Zara clothes that you were wearing? When was the last time you fell in love with yourself, not because of the Rolex watch that was tied around your wrist?
If you want to impress people by wearing brands, then you’ve already lost your identity. It would be like running on the treadmill. You impress one person, and then there is another one on the horizon, and then there is another. It’s a never-ending cycle.
You are living under the constant stress of impressing people. So shake that off and live your own life.
Do whatever you want to do; this is your life.
No disrespect to companies like Nike, Rolex & Zara. But humans have created an atmosphere of inferiority because of them. Gone are the days when we used to see the person’s heart. It’s all about brands now, and I’m little worried what our future will hold.
Don’t try to impress people, people are funny, they change. Some people look like an angel in front of your eyes, but they are the devil at your back. People might not recognize your value, but God will. So why waste time on impressing people? People don’t determine your destiny, but God does.
The Apple iPhone you bought yesterday will be of no use after five years. The branded clothes that you are wearing right now will be of no use after five years.
The only thing which will be in use & which will never get old is your NAME and identity.
So don’t let your own name fade away by these branded names.