Who are you? Everyone asks this question at least once in their lives, whether out loud or in their minds. The answer is usually a name, or a joke. But who are you really? You may say, “I am John,” which of course, if your name is really John, you would be telling the truth. That truth is only skimming the surface of who you REALLY are. Who you are on the outside doesn’t necessarily reflect who you are on the inside. For example, although outside everyone knows you as Rachel, on the inside you may consider yourself Helen. On the outside, you may be a nice person, on the inside, a cold-hearted creature.
You may be asking yourself who you are. Perhaps you can’t tell who the real you is. Is that you on the outside? The shy, tentative girl that finds herself too afraid to say hello to a stranger, or the loud, boisterous teenager that blurts out what she’s thinking without pausing to determine the consequences of her words? Can you be both?
Well why not. Maybe you are simply a moody person who can be quiet or deafening, depending on your circumstances. Or your surroundings. The people you are with. Are you tired or wide awake, unhappy or happy? It simply depends.
And that is all I can think to write right now, so I suppose you might as well finish my thought on your own time. Some things can only be written in your mind, anyway. 😉