Who are you?
What are you?
What is your primary identity?
What ethnic, racial, nation-state do you identify with?
Or do you identify with none at all?
How did you learn who you are/how to categorize yourself?
How does having/maintaining an identity detract/support one being their authentic self?
When we confront people as labels or categories, how does that affect our ability to see them for who they are?
Is having a simplistic, hand-me-down identity a form of ‘security,’ and a strength or an ‘escape’ from the anxiety of growing into something beyond the flowerbox you were planted in? Or both?
Do you ever ask yourself who and what you are, who and what you are supposed to be and whether you are being your truest self?
Krishnamurti says that the drawing of lines, of distinctions in one’s mind has and does create all of the conflict, all of the war on the planet
What say you?
Speak now or forever hold your peace