Who Am I?
What we see in other people is a reflection of ourselves, as interpreted by our Self. The interpretation of the reflection is both what we want ourselves to be, and what we fear ourselves to be. In all cases, however, it is simply an interpreted reflection -- and therefore twice distorted from the actual. While the information we gather this way is helpful in many ways, ultimately what arises is the Question: "Who Am I?" The answer to that is always within. The interpreted reflection answers the Question: "Who Am I Not?"