Good thread. My opinion is that your identity is a combination of your thoughts and actions. You can only define yourself by the things you think about and the things you do. And others can only identify you by the things you say or do or another way of putting it is by your actions, since they cannot read your thoughts. You are not only one thing, unless you only think about and only do one single thing every day, which is impossible. We are complex, and have many layers to our identity. As Chavez said, he is many things depending on what he’s doing at the time, and I also believe what he is thinking about is part of that. Think of it like ingredients in a food item. We name or identify the food item based on the ingredients that make up that food item. That is how our identity is determined, by the ingredients that make us up. As we grow and change so does our identity. I am not the same person I was 20 years ago. I resemble that person, but I have changed mentally, physically, emotionally, etc. We are a work in progress, we will never just settle on one identity, we will evolve and that is a good thing. That’s what’s great about our existence, is we have the ability to be whatever it is we want to be (within reason). If you question your identity, spend some time thinking about what is really important to you and focus on thinking about those things and doing those things, and your identity will become more clear to you. I believe one’s identity is an important aspect of one’s life and the fulfillment of it. You should feel at peace with who you are at the end of the day. If you aren’t at peace with that, get to work on your thoughts and actions and focus in on what you WANT to be or identify as.