The last thing that I attempted to steal was a tambourine from a Karaoke bar this summer. It was purple, and it lit up when you tapped it, and I wanted it! I ended up walking out with it. Got as far as walking into the elevator, and then turned around and gave it back to the people working at the front bar. My conscience didn't want me to go home with a stolen item.
The question of one's last "theft" is a really great one to ask. From my experience, there are only two ways to answer it. You can either say what the last thing you stole was; if you did steal something, or you could not admit to stealing anything at all, even if you did. You could very easily do the latter, and move on to the next conversation. But why? What are you afraid of admitting and why? Perhaps the bigger question is why do we put lids on ourselves? Why do we hold back in sharing parts of ourselves? Is it because we think we're going to inconvenience someone by doing what we want to do, or saying what we want to say? Is it a fear of being judged? How have these lids impacted you? Is it keeping you from living out your dreams?
Allow yourself the freedom to THINK BIG and pop the lid off! Allow yourself the freedom to be who you are! Trust me, you are NOT those lids. It's taken me a while to get to this point, but my dream is to share my story with Oprah by the time I'm 30. Don't know how, but I'm going to get there!
Share yourself authentically with the people around you. All of you.
YOU ARE GOOD ENOUGH.