As simple as this question sounds, it is the most difficult question to answer. No matter how simple it sounds in your ears, the question who am I Is the pivot of your growth and development as a SIGNIFICANT human being. The answer to this question goes beyond age, marital status, religion and place of birth. No one can answer this question for you as an individual. Anyone who wants to grow is expected to stop in his/her tracks and do a thorough self assessment in order to answer the question, ”who am I?” We are quick to say that, ‘I have my strengths and weaknesses’ but how many of us really know our strengths and weaknesses? We don”t. In actual fact, a lot of friendships, marriages and careers would have worked if each party had taken time to know him or herself. You would not get offended when someone says you are this and that contrary to what you know you are because you know yourself so much that someone else’s assessment of you will not break your neck. You will also not be surprised when someone tells you what to do and what not to do. Take time to learn about your temperament, your likes and dislikes, your strengths, your weaknesses, your abilities, your values and your belief system. Anytime you sit back to discuss yourself in light of the aforementioned points, you are gradually and consciously answering the question, ”Who am i?”
WITH YOUR BEST DRINK IN HAND AND YOUR MIND IN ITS RIGHT FRAME, DISCUSS YOURSELF THOROUGHLY TODAY. THIS WILL HELP YOU GET ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS.
This question is so important that Socrates puts in a better way and said, “MAN, KNOW THYSELF”