Who are you? After the question of what is the purpose of life many struggle with the ever prevalent question of “who am I?”. Defining things is very easy but for sone reason when asked as to who you are most people are dumbstruck. How do you define who you are? Is it defined by your profession? Is it defined by your actions? Or perhaps your natural urges and tendencies? There may very well not be a right or wrong answer but let’s take a stab at it.
When asked to define a word we automatically give it’s meaning or interpretation. Most of the time context clues around the word are used to derive the definition. Why not use the same approach when defining ourselves? In order to give your existance a meaning why not look at yourself in the manner one does when defining a word. There is the textbook option of using a dictionary with words but most of the time the dictionary only leads us to more confusion unless provided in a sentence. So by providing context and use for the quarry we seek the true definition alludes the understanding.
So who are you? Obviously you are more than a word and therefore it will take more than just a word or a sentence or two to answer that question.