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Identity Crisis

I took birth as daughter,
My identity was of a daughter,
Then i became beloved and wife,
I framed myself in a house,
Then i became a mother,
I am in a fix,
To think,
About my real identity
dr. ram sharma

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Official Existence

'Join each other and group yourselves,
But for Heaven's sake do not name yourselves;
Do anything and everything: cultural political and social,
But be sure to remain strictly unofficial'.
How can one be without a name or identity?
Can he unofficially exist in a well-known city?
Identity denied, existence denied;
Leaders can no longer upon be relied.
So let us join together and defend our identity,
Because our very existence depends on it.
Shushan Artinian

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I asked myself who iam.
I was looking for identity.
I felt the silent of my soul.
No answer.
I looked at the stars one by one.
They asked for identity too.
Constantinos Grigoriadis

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Who Am I

Who am I?
I is my name.
My name is my identity.
An identity distinguishes one individual from other people.
An identity sometimes also shows us communities an individual belongs to.

It is a very simple question.
But it needs a long process of life for me to fully understand what it is.
I used to answer it automatically as how I was raised and educated.
I mention my ethnicity, my country and my religion as my community identity.
But day by day I felt things were not so right with that such an answer.

I needed a very deep contemplation to have the right answer for me.
I was glad, I was relieved and I felt happy that at last I found the right answer for me.

I am 'I, an individual who prefers not to emphasize community identity.
My identity is: a human being, God's creature.
I view every other person as a human being.
No religion border, no ethnic border, no nation border, and even no universe border.
I view every human being the same as me.
No higher or no lower than me.
I respect and honor other people with the 'respect each other' basis.
I love other people as they are human beings, God's creatures, just like me
I also believe that all land, waters, the sky, animals and plants each has a 'soul', has a 'spirit'.
They must have their own right to be respected.
They need to be loved by human beings so they will only be used wisely.
And that is how it is.
Nur Meiyati

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