Reading Time: 14 minutes There is a philosophical fasciation of personhood. What it means to be human. What it means to have being. How and why that being takes shape. Grappling with one’s self as an opposition to another ‘self’, or basing an identity on the identity of another. The fasciation extends deeply into culture, traditions, religion, and media. How we know who we are, and how we form a sense of identity, community, and humanity come together to form fantastical stories of the struggles of life, grief, joy, pain, love, and loss.