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  1. This question cannot be answered in words, it can only be felt.

    It will be true only at the moment when you have realized this answer. In the next moment, the answer will be different and, just like last time, it can only be realized, since the words are too sparse and slow to convey such information.

    In any case, asking yourself ” Who am I?” You know what you did it for. Therefore, the answer can highlight your own characteristics that will lead to the goal of your question.

    In other words, a pure question of “Who am I?” you don't need it, you only need the part of it that you want to hear.

    For example, if I ask myself “Who am I?” while at work, I can answer :

    “A person, a Psychologist, someone who will help you find the answer to your question.”

  2. It is quite natural that in different periods of life we answer this question differently. It is ok. Each age and period of life has its own priorities and values, on which the answer depends.

    “I” in childhood is someone who strives for knowledge and security. “I” in youth is an entity that seeks to find itself and contribute to the world order, to do something meaningful, to find love. “I” in maturity is a professional or parent, someone who not only plans to change the world, but also changes it. The “I” of old age is wisdom and experience, a person who has experienced a lot, knows “how”, but often no longer has the strength and desire to breathe life into this knowledge. This is just one example. My point is that attitudes and attitudes will change as your personality transforms.

    That is why everyone is given a life! In order to try to understand yourself, and give your own definition of “who I am”.

  3. Karl Marx said that a person is the sum of social relations, and I see no reason to disagree with him. However, a person can exist without social relations, but as soon as he thinks about the question “who am I”, he demonstrates the existence of consciousness, which is a part of the psyche that is independent of the needs of the person himself and controls his behavior on behalf of the society in which he was brought up.

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