A title can describe what you do but never define who you are.
Your title doesn’t make you; you make your title. A title identifies the role or function you fill so others can identify with you.
As soon as someone can identify you, they can label you. When they label, they can judge. And in judging, they decide whether they like or dislike you.
It’s only when you think you know who I am that you can decide you don’t like me.
The closer we get to seeing who the other one truly is, the more we could see we’re not that much different.
Judgement is futile in the absence of labels.
Don’t get too attached to titles, OR labels; they limit your true essence.