Reflection: The Art of Self
Self-discovery is a fascinating and complex process that requires us to answer the question, "Who are you?" There is no room for ambiguity - we must dig deep and find the answer within ourselves. It's not enough to consider only the surface level, and we can't rely on others to define us. We must be confident in our own identity, regardless of whether others agree with us.
Defining ourselves by one experience or many is a personal choice, but we must acknowledge that we are more than one-dimensional. Our multifaceted nature is like a diamond, with different cuts illuminated depending on our position and the light. This is "who you are," and it is relative to dependability. The dependability of the circumstances in this instance determines how dependable you are.
Blogging has become a powerful tool for sharing stories, experiences, and knowledge across the globe. It provides a platform for individuals to connect, learn, and inspire one another. However, there are certain topics that can prove to be exceptionally challenging when it comes to sharing personal experiences and research. One such topic is researching Black family history and African American genealogy. In this blog post, we'll explore the complexities that make sharing this deeply personal and historically significant journey a difficult task.