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In the grand scheme of life, the
question of what makes us, what qualities define us comes up every
so often. Tell me something about yourself or Describe you...
In the grand scheme of life, the question of what makes us, what qualities define us comes up every so often. Tell me something about yourself or Describe yourself in a few words are frequents in our lives. And one often does tend to ponder on who one is, or what ones identity means to them. But it is not until one is really coerced into hunting for those words that make one, does it really hit home how sparse the words that describe you are. In my head, it always seemed so easy finding a concrete answer to who you are. Who knows me better than I? But it lately has been evident to me that this is clearly easier said than done. Sure it was easy to just attach a few fancy seeming words to oneself. A bibliophile, an ornithophobic, a wanderer, a foodie-all words that now seem as an easy way out of really confronting what hides beneath the front one puts up. Then there was the other obvious choices- daughter, sister, friend, girlfriend etc. But somehow even those choices didnt satisfy the question. They seemed more of what influences ones identity than what ones identity is. As a millennial living through the peak ages of the internet it takes no effort finding new words, new issues, new experiences that you think define who you are. There is always something for everyone. It wasnt until I really just forced to sort statements about ones identity that I found online into boxes of yes, no or answer unclear that I reached a consensus with myself. The statements I had in mind were simple and clear, just your ordinary day-to-day things. But it was the decisions that I was forced to take that made me realise that perhaps there is no way of defining my ever in flux identity. Today I could be a unicorn, a Cumber-person and tomorrow a Memelord or a grammar Nazi. Because in the end, what really defines I, but I?