I don't know. I really don't.
I had been thinking about who I am ever since I can remember and often that question has troubled me deeply.
Perhaps in the asking of that question there comes a point, or maybe it's just me, that the information of that answer seems too large.
That knowing only little about it and acting on that would seem to instead take you away from who you really are.
I decided that being honest with myself was enough, and that even though I would not know who I am, I am being myself.
Who do you think you are?
You are what you think.
If we are what we eat, as the old saying goes,
we may also be what we think. Or how we think, as well as how much we think.
Toledo, John Ahmer
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