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The question most commonly asked within a social mind,
Who am I?
We strive to be someone, so we ask ourselves, Who?
Who am I to another? What makes me special?
Where do I fit in in this social collage?
But just as a computer program will show
The answers you receive, depend on the question posed.
I believe the question to seeking out self-Identity begins with,
How do I see myself?
As humans, we have a natural sense of wanting to belong.
In this sense, we develop a social adaptation,
meaning we change who we are to fit the needs and wants of others.
Like survival, Adapt to the environment around you to survive.
Only less barbaric sounding, haha.
We never really get a chance to express who we truly are,
and rarely get the chance to think as an individual.
The fear of judgment alters ones thinking,
thus altering ones personality to fit a specific social environment.
This ends up not as "Who am I?", but as "Who are we?".
If we can put aside the fear of judgment,
we would actually
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