“Be anything that we want to be”
We hear this very often from yoga classes, or positive thinking and motivational classes to encourage people to be positive and confident about themselves, and strive to become who they want to be.
There’s nothing wrong with “Be anything that we want to be” as long as we know that “Whatever we want to be, is not who we are”
There’s no attachment or identification towards what we think we were, or what we are, or what we want to be.
All the names and forms that we think we are, or we could be, or we want to be, are impermanent and there’s no ‘I’ exists in these names and forms.