When looking at the multitude of interests of bloggers and social media users, do you ever think about how each person might have gained the tastes and interests they list as expressions of themselves? How did you acquire your tastes and interests, and your sense of identity?
mistaken identity and identity confusion. Are you sometimes confused about your own identity and your own culture?
In 21st century culture, there is much confusion about menial roles, higher goals and social enterprise. Are you sometimes confused about the meaning and purpose of your life in relation to culture?
The way people pronounce words, and whether they speak the same language, has much bearing on the way they interact. What does Via Veeya Vyah mean to you?
images, half-truths and reality in various proportions. What is your own patterned way of dealing with the world, and how did that pattern develop?
When thinking of culture and psychology, in some societies introverts are cool and in other societies they are treated as if they are not quite normal. I am an introvert myself. I cope best with one person at a time rather than a group or crowd.
If you think all the world's a stage and you are constantly expected to play to a crowd as a star performer, why is that? Do you think of yourself as only having a bit part, or a supporting role or an existence as an extra? Would you prefer to see yourself as a director or a playwright for the world stage?
And how does your name fit in with your cultural identity? Those of us with inconsistent names can cause a great deal of confusion in the minds of anyone with inaccurate expectations of us.
Cultural compatibility usually involves having accurate expectations. How do you prefer to behave in the name of culture?