At some point in life, each one of us has pondered who I am.
It's a question that is central to religions, literature, psychology, and many other areas of life.
From the time we are children, though we see ourselves as the center of the world, we wonder about ourselves constantly.
As children, when someone asks us who we are, we often answer with our name.
That seems to be the answer, right?
As we get a little older, we understand that we are part of a larger unit so we add a little detail to the question. We say our name, then add in other aspects of our lives. We have a sister, a brother, an uncle, or an aunt.