Recently I watched a movie where the main character, facing a turning point, was asked, "Who are you?" His reply was a pondering, "Yes. Who am I?"
During the stage play "Les Miserable," the lead character sings a very moving song asking "Who am I?" should he allow another person to be punished for his crime.
Have you ever asked yourself, "Who am I?"
It's really a question of your character more than your lineage.
So that's how you and I can start our week. We can ask ourselves, "Who am I?" What characteristics make me, me?
If there are things about us we don't like, we can change or improve. If we have traits that we like, we can polish and improve.
"Who am I" is a chance to be a better person.
So say it, out loud: "Who am I?"