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Speaking to the Soul: Who are you?

John 1:19-28

Among the first things a baby learns to say beyond “Mama,” “Dada,” and “No” is often the word “Me.” It becomes a very important word even if not used in the grammatically correct way. “Me” is key to identity, like “I” as a personal identifier. It’s all wrapped up in our makeup and how we see ourselves. Freud had lots to say about identities, but we don’t need to do a rehash of the Freudian psychological profiles right now

As we grow older we began […]

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