The question “Who am I?” is frequently posed, but it can be challenging to respond to. People may be able to describe themselves in terms like professional or scholar or whether they are introverts or extroverts. However, it doesn’t really capture who they are at their core. Again, these traits just reveal the basic level of who they actually are. People might also attempt to sum up their finest attributes by claiming they are smart and compassionate.
Individuals need to dig deeper and make something that is exclusively for them if they want to discover who they really are. Therefore, it is preferable to respond to questions regarding who humans are from the social point of view or what aspects characterize them by citing illustrations of what makes them the individuals they are on their own. The actual selves—the real selves—the people who were born to be, are what persist eternally.