Just who are you? Who am I, for that matter? I like to do a lot of writing prompts in my journal—to keep my mind active as well as to help me make decisions, discover new plots for my stories, and even learn more about myself. Recently I had a prompt that asked me to describe who I am in a single sentence, and if you’ve ever done that, you know that it can be a challenging thing to do!
While checking out the personal development (okay, self-help) section at the library the other day while my daughter was in a class, I ran across a book that goes even deeper into who you are. It’s called Who Are You? 101 Ways of Seeing Yourself: From Archetypes and Chakras to Enneagrams and Sun Signs, An Identity Kit of Physical, Spiritual, Mental, and Emotional Self-Tests. Talk about a loaded title! After reading this book, I should know exactly who I am, right?