And maybe it's not okay to express their own authentic truth as well. Because of the kind of just the culture that we grew up in where it's all about, the most important thing is to serve others, you know, because it's, we come from a Christian culture, you know, England, and the West generally. So I think that idea has to be challenged, and people need to realise actually, you are worthy of finding out who you are and expressing yourself and it's not narcissistic or selfish, to want to create art and share your art, it's actually, you got to reframe that concept as there's actually you know, you are actually sharing by sharing your soul and allowing those connections to be created. You're, you're, you're sharing your love, and you're spreading your love, really, you have to think rather than being like people are afraid people are very afraid of being accused of being egotistical and narcissistic. And, oh, you just want the attention on you. You just want to be a celebrity or whatever. You know, but actually, it's not. I mean, some people might might might want that. But art isn't just about gaining, gaining applause or gaining sort of like respect or whatever, that might be a byproduct. But fundamentally, it's about is one of our sort of, like greatest ways to find connection with other humans.