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The Identity Crisis Issue

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The self
is a difficult subject to discuss.
What do we really know about anyone. Especially ourselves.

The foggiest depths of self identity are clouded by self deprecation and self loathing
or distorted by self delusion, self agrandising and self love.

And for all that,
we still awake each morning to find that the goal posts have moved in the night,
and over time, we become someone other than who we thought we might be.

it is easier to observe this phenomenon in others and then try to work backwards to an
understanding of ourselves. This became clear to me when I read this week's featured entry:

A3510776 by U1181448

The Sun beaming its rays down upon foliage.

This week's CAC Continuum was researched and assembled by ~jwf~
as part of the Committee for Alien Content's Continuing search for truth
in a world gone mad with reality television and televised reality.

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