Who am I

Who you are? Talk about your talents, abilities, interests, experiences, beliefs, values, anything that you feel is a part of you.This category is to write about who you are now - in other words, how do you define yourself in-so-far as your talents, abilities, interests, experiences, beliefs, values, anything that you feel is a part of you. It's a compilation of what you've done and what you're about. A sort of autobiography in point form.

Defining ones' own personal identity can take a lifetime and to further complicate matters, our identity and/or how we see ourselves changes throughout that period whether or not we consciously undertake a process of personal development. So what do we mean by personal identity? How can we answer the question “Who am I?”

These are the pieces of the puzzle of where you are now. How do you see yourself? Do you like yourself? How are the relationships with other people in your life? A bigger picture will develop as you explore and discover more about the person you'd like to become in the future. Review what you've written, feel proud and don't hold back when adding to it. It doesn't all have to be positive because sometimes the negative shows us what we don't want and can be equally part of the learning experience.

Life is how you interpret it and the person you are how you interpret yourself to be. Both are ever-evolving. This is about who you are and is the foundation of who you want to become. It's a testament for you to look at, acknowledge and appreciate. The more you process hidden feelings the better. You can then see what your life has been about and the better you can determine where you want to go in the future.

"The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are" - Joseph Campbell
Who am I - all can be is who i am right now; i can experience that and work with it. that's all i can do. the rest is the dream of the ego


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Some helpful guidelines
Knowing yourself means to be in good company when you're alone.  It is being who you are, without
 We exist in comparison or 'relative' to everything else (which affects how we feel about ourselv
"Listening, not imitation may be the greatest form of flattery"  - Joyce Brothers
It has been said that communication is the cause of and solution to most of life's problems/chall
All of life is motion, nothing stands still.

Question of the month

Are you doing what you want?

My life is great!
25% (1 vote)
Life's good but...
50% (2 votes)
I need to make changes to get to where I want to be
25% (1 vote)
Total votes: 4