Who are we?
We’ve heard the cheesy line: “I need to find myself.” But we all have blind spots; therefore, there are certain “parts” of us that we cannot always see nor find. We cannot also rely on others to “define” nor “find” us because what they see is limited too.
We can only better discover ourselves by constantly reflecting on our actions, conversing with others, and understanding the structures and context that we are in.
If we cannot understand ourselves, how can we understand others? If we know very little about ourselves, how can we even begin to fathom a Higher Power?
When we ask ourselves who we are, there’s no permanent answer. We’re always developing; becoming. Hopefully better each time than before.
Matthew 16:13-23. Who do you say that I am?
[DAILY GOSPEL INSIGHTS AND REFLECTION FOR MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION 216: AUGUST 4, 2022]