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ON BEING A REAL PERSON

in our line, and that hole was me." When by dint of decision and effort we achieve a desired end, we are sure we had a share in that. We cannot slough off responsibility when we fail.
The beginning of worth-while living is thus to confront ourselves -unique beings, each of us entrusted with the makings of personality. Yet multitudes of people wrestle with every conceivable factor involved in the human situation before they face their primary problem-themselves. Our commonest human tragedy is correctly represented in a recent cartoon: A physician faces his patient with anxious solemnity, saying, "This is a very serious case; I'm afraid
you're allergic to yourself."

Our Many Selves

THE common phrase, "building a personality," is a misnomer. Personality is not so much like a structure as like a river-it continuously flows, and to be a person is to be engaged in a perpetual process of becoming.
The tests of successful personal living, therefore, are not neatly identical when applied to two persons in different situations or to the same person at different ages. Concerning one criterion, however, there is common agreement. A real person achieves a high degree of unity within himself. The often conflicting elements of personal experience, such as impulses, desires, emotions, must be coordinated.
Each of us deals continually with the underlying problem of a disorganized life. The ruffled man badly flurried because he has mislaid a pair of glasses, the hurried person trying to do something with too great haste and becoming flustered, the frightened person fallen into a panic, the choleric individual surprised by a burst of temper into loss of self-control-such examples from ordinary life remind us how insecure is our personal integration.
Many of us frequently act "out of character." The general pattern of our lives may involve honesty, truthfulness and similar qualities
-but not always. This is evident even with regard to a virtue like

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