Am (I)

Nothing of me is original. I am the combined effort of everyone I’ve ever known-

Who are you?

A simple question, asked so very often, implying that there is actually a plausible answer. Almost as if our being were a fixed “thing

Who am I?

The irony that lies neatly at the heart of this question, is that the more we seek to identify who we are, the more fragile we are likely to become. The emphasis shouldn’t be on discovering who we are but on creating what we would like to experience in life.

Who defines you?

Our identity should be seen as an evolving process, rather than a static snapshot in time. Embrace a flowing sense of self – You.

Daily Meditation:

How different would life be, if rather than asking who am I We contemplated how we’d like to engage and live – Life?

CultFit I

8 Comments on “Am (I)”

  1. Sandra says:

    Two answers. I am a moving target. But I have no idea where that target is going. Sometimes it takes me a while to figure out where it has been, too. :-/

  2. I often meditate on “Who Am I?” Sometimes it creates anxiety, and I leave the session early. Other times I hear a tiny voice answering, “I am lovable.” Keep spreading your light! I’m listening.

    • CultFit says:

      I’ve never done this before – I would like to send you, right now, the draft I have for tomorrows post. Something tells me it will speak to you more profoundly, then anything I could ever say in response to your kind thoughts. 🙂

  3. billgncs says:

    you are the sum of the choices you have made, each your own and unlike anyone else has had to choose.

  4. Maia says:

    Who we are is a constant, ever-changing creation and creativity. Kinda like splashes of paint on a canvass, or the shimmying hips of a belly dancer, or a hard-to-put-down book as you sit in the aisle of a bookstore, or taking that first sip of latte on a cold weekend morning…

    We are the many, multi-faceted surface and interior of a mosaic. We can create who we want to become.
    Even be a super hero… 😉

    • CultFit says:

      I’m getting the finger paints out when I get home from work this afternoon! As always, your insightful and timely comments are cherished! Thank you. 🙂

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