This essay is a discussion of the author's identity crisis which rose primarily from the recognizing of their economic privilege. It grapples with the idea that one's personality could be entirely different depending on whether we recognize our privilege. Lastly, it asserts that once we are able to recognize our privilege, we must do better with it.
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