Being your-self

What does it mean by being Your-Self?
‘Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid’. Albert Einstein.

It seems hard to define who you are in words. However, you have certain qualities that make you unique. You have skills, and talents that make you better than others. You have dreams and goals that you want to achieve in life. You have hobbies that make you happy. You have your own life.
You may be genius at farming but if you are accountant, you are not your best. You may be a movie star but if you struggling to be a footballer, you are not your best. You may be a passionate leader but if become a pilot, you are not your best. You may be a superb political analyst but if you are working as a mechanics, you are not your best.
In a nutshell, if you are a fish don’t race with rabbits. If you do that you will think that it is impossible for you to win any race. Go to your sea and show them who you are.

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Breast lumps:what constitutes cancer and what not?

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. However, most breast lumos are benign. In fact, more than 80 percent of lumps in the breast constitute benign lesions. Eventhough, most lumos constitute benign lesions, breast cancer rmains the main concern for the patient and the doctor. While women may pick any changes in their breast, they need to communicate to their physician for best outcomes. The characterstics that sugges may sometimes be subtle. In general, cancerous lumps tend to be more irregular in shape. They may also feel firm or solid, and might be fixed to the tissue in the breast. They are also often painless. When late lumps may ulcerate and bleed. However, in a small percentage of women, a painful breast lump turns out to be cancer.

Cysts, which are fluid-filled lumps, are common in the breast and are benign. They form when fluid builds up inside breast glands, and tend to be smooth or round. Fibroadenomas, which are benign tumors made up of glandular and connective breast tissue, are usually smooth and firm or rubbery to the touch. they move freely in the breat hence called breat mouse.Both of these conditions tend to affect younger women; fibroadenomas are most common in women in their 20s and 30s, and cysts are most common in women under 40.

Despite these common descriptions, it is impossible to tell by touch whether a lump is cancer. It really needs pathologic examination to confirm or refute the conditions.

Sometimes both breasts may become lumpy and there may be no discrete lump. They may feel nodular and sometimes painful. These are common in middle aged women and are called fibrocystic diseases of the breast.

Even though most breast lumps are benign, they all need some sort of imaging and pathology to rule out breast cancer. This holds true especially if the person is above 50.