this is all the more reason to resist self-categorization. To shed our favorites; to expose ourselves to new things; to try always to expand, not shrink, our identities.
Having a Favorite Anything as an Adult Is Bullshit
Tracy Moore
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YES! This feels good to read. I have a few friends you are already set in stone at 23. I understand how reassuring it must be, but I’d rather keep surprising myself!

I have such a delightful feeling when I realize I adore something I used to abhorre a few years ago. I really fight against self-categorization because I’ve seen how much freedom there is in not defining yourself too closely, and being loose enough with my belief systems.

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