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2005-01-24 13:45:17 (UTC)

Who Am I?

What a question. Who am I?
I've recently been asked this question, and at the time I
couldn't answer, whether I was caught off gaurd, or just
emotionally stressed.

But, I have found the answer. And it is pretty simple.
I am who I am. duh.
I can't remember who said it, but the quote goes "We are
nothing but the sum of our experiences". OK, so what does
that mean?

Well, I am not the president of the US, because I haven't
experienced it yet. I am not a father, or grand father.
Nor am I a pop star. I am not dare devil (all the time)
and I am not a fire fighter.

What I am? Well, I am a fun person. I am a hockey person.
I am a caring person, able to help those in need with any
and every type of problem...so far. I am a high school
honour student, completing high school in 4 years (at the
time there were 5). I think I was probably the youngest
student in my program when I started university, at the age
of 16. I am now a university graduate with a B.Comm, and
am working in a great position with great pay. I have
friends, who I don't see very often, but when I do, we have
fun. I have two brothers who I wrestle with a lot, and
parents who are always there. This is who I am. WHY?

Because this is my past. These are my experiences. These
experiences have made me who I am. I am happy. A bit
lucky. But we are all lucky in one way or another. Even
the person with a miserable life, who is always un happy
for one reason or another, has the ability to be happy.
Usually it comes in the form of another person, or thing
(things can't relay feelings though).

I have lost friends, family members, and myself at times as
well. We all have. But I have gotten over it. I had
too. Why? I don't want my life to pass me by. I have
stumbled, but I just got back up, of course with the help
of those who cared. And when I thought of doing something
unusual, those who cared said what they had to. Even
though it hurt, it showed that they cared. Funny how those
who care about us most sometimes hurt us the most. Of
course I had my friends, but they are friends. They have
their own lives and own experiences, they can't always be
there, and I completly understand that. And it is also
through these experiences that I have become who I am. I
am comfortable. I am confident. I have the ability to do
anything, but for now, I am happy.

Who am I?
Who are you?
Who are we? Who were we.....then?

Who are we now?