The way I asked myself who am really is makes me feel like making an artwork of it to share it worldwide so that they can discover who they really are.
“Who am I?” gets at the heart of one of our most basic needs which is our need for identity. The question asked is all about your identity.
Our identity is our all-encompassing system of memories, experience, feelings, thoughts, relationship and values that defines who each of us is. It is the stuff that makes up a “self”.
Identity is a critical component of understanding who we are. Why? Because we can break up identity into components (values, experience and relationship). Once we have understood the components of our identity, we get a big-picture look at who we really are.
So the question goes to you, WHO ARE YOU?