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Subject Re: I am nobody, who are you
Posted by Kate
Posted on Thu Dec 10 04:44:48 1998
From IP ts2-ppp-04.fju.edu.tw  
In Reply to I am nobody, who are you

HI, Daphne,

To be "somebody" may mean to have fame, which is empty. But then it could also mean to have more duties, which can be meaningful but also difficult. Being a somebody like, say, Ah-bien or Bill Clinton involves both, right? That's why they are subject to more criticism.

Being a teacher is being a somebody in a more specific circle. Maybe you also want to be a somebody in a club? Or in your class? I guess nobody wants to be a nobody everywhere; we are all somebody somewhere. That's why, for me, there are different kinds of somebody and nobody.

Kate

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