"To know yourself is to understand you and your purpose." - Anonymous
Hey, best friend! This post is really a thinking post. I can't tell you who you are, but we can figure it out together. I can point you in the right direction. Let's start the challenge. I say challenge because you will challenge yourself to answer some questions. Remember to be honest in your answers. Write down your; values, interests, goals, morals, and strengths? If you know the answers to the five part question then you have an idea of who you are. Once you are able to determine exactly what you represent out of each answer to; values, interests, goals, morals, and strengths. Then you can better determine who you are. Those are the makings of who you are, but if you do not have the answers to those questions let's go a little deeper. What are some of your mistakes, failures, set backs, embarrassments, and betrayals you endure? How did you react? What are the lessons you learned from them? If you could go back what would you do differently? Understanding the bad can help you to understand who you are as well. Every situation can be a lesson. In this case mistakes, failures, set backs, embarrassments, and betrayals can teach you what you want and don't want to represent. Deciding what you want to change about yourself, can also tell you about your priorities and help you better understand who you are as a person. Remember you are not the same person you were a year ago, a month ago, or yesterday. You are constantly changing. So do not be hard on yourself. No one is perfect, we all have flaws. Be patient and kind to yourself. Now what do your answers say about you? Hopefully it looks something like this; Values: I believe in women's rights. Interests; I am interested in fashion and art. Goals: My goal is to start a art clothing line collection. Morals: I believe in helping others. Strength: I love talking to people. Sum it up; I am a feminist who loves fashion and art. Who one days wants to be a fashion designer. I am caring and a people person. Vice versa with the second part as well. See that wasn't so bad. Now you have a idea of who you are."