Who Are You?

"Who are you?" strangers ask in all innocence, often quite unaware of the enormity of this question. What they are really asking is. "How do you identify yourself?" By way of answer, one might define himself by occupation, another by his family.

Today the pressure of material thinking to conform to worldly ways would seem to threaten men with final anonymity. Surely, then, an answer that would reveal true individuality as unlimited and intact must be of vital interest to everyone. For many in search of true individuality, an advanced step is taken if it is realized that the question, "Who am I?" is tantamount to asking, "What is my spiritual identity?"

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