I know who I am. Who are you?

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  1. slats says:

    I have much difficulty asking that question, it is not the difficulty of asking, it seems I cannot come up with any answer. I do not mind digging but don’t have a shovel or even a spoon to begin.

    • Jill says:

      Hmmm. Which question are you having difficulty with? Are you able to identify your strengths and weaknesses? I guess in my post I am saying that I believe that every individual can identify all of that if he or she so chooses. I would contend that you have the most complete “record” of you that exists. You know your past intimately and if you look at your life as objectively as you possibly can you will be the only one to truly have the means to determine who you have been and who you are at the moment. At that point, you can also begin to decide what you like and don’t like and start working on the you that you would like to be in the future. Perhaps I should revisit this particular post in a year to see if the “me” at the time of the writing still exists unchanged. I would like to believe there will be someone a little different when I go back. Better, I hope!

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