When approaching the subject of identity there are myriad ways to explore and develop this concept that revolve around both internal thought and external expression. The most fitting of these in the modern age is through social media. Here, identity is carefully constructed and selected from countless images and ideas that make up an individual into a curated collection of thoughts, people and items that are intended to sell an image of an individual to others. Through social media identity is more about presentation than any other outward display of identity. Here information and connections are selected by users to give insight into their personality while obscuring their flaws and failings. Through social media the connections between family and friends become itemized assurances of social acceptance rather than meaningful connections as any connection that exists within this world instructs a viewer in the mindset of the person who has chosen it. Identity here is a conscious choice that requires careful consideration, as anyone you meet can, at a glance, find out everything about you and conclude your personality through the digital exhibits of your daily life. To lack this, in the modern world, is to not exist.