Am I who I think I am? Am I who others think I am? Am I who God thinks I am? Is it possible that I am not what or who I am now, but rather who or what I will be when I am no longer encumbered by this body? And is it possible that I am just a voyager passing through this fleshly existence called earth and mortality?
I wear many hats. And I have worn many others during my lifetime. I've been an Artist, a Teacher, a Mechanic, a Hobo, etc, etc. I am now a Writer of some proportion, a Musician (laughably so), a Luthier (more laughter), etc. And I am retired. So I can't very well describe myself according to what I do.
I am a fairly Elderly man, which is hard to define because when does Elderly begin? How about Middle-age, or Youth?
Could I say I am Good or Bad? I know what I try to be, but my attempt has many degrees of successes and failures. Sometimes I think of myself as Good, other times as Wicked.
As I see it, I can't really say that I am who I think I am.
Well, there are some who Like me, and others who Hate me. Some have good cause for their outlook of me, and others don't. Ask different people, and you will receive different answers.
According to Society, and the Law, I am only as good as my worst act, even if that act is but for a brief moment. In fact, I am what Society thinks I have done, whether that opinion has any basis in fact or not.
I really think I would have to rule out what others think. I don't believe that others could have any more realistic a view of me than I can of myself.
The Bible tells us that He know our thoughts; That He knew us before we were born, and that He knows what we have been, and what we will become. In fact, as I see it, this journey of ours here on earth is not for God to find out who we are, but so that we may learn what God already knows.
Considering the above, I would have to concede that God does know who I am. However, as of this moment, I don't see how that would help me know who I am.
I've dabbled in this question elsewhere, so I won't go into it here; except to say that regardless of which is true, I don't see how it helps me know who I am at this point in time.