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  1. bert0001 says:

    Many have answers to this. But, … perhaps the question is more important to instill not-knowing and humility in our daily moves …

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  2. rod says:

    I am one of several myselves.

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  3. ilyasstory says:

    I am a body
    I am a mind
    I am emotions that exist throughout all of time
    I am all and none can’t you see
    the simple truth is I am just me

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  4. Carrie Ann Tripp says:

    Some intricate combination of all of that, yet none. I am a soul living within all of that, destined for so much more. Great prompt to get people thinking!

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  5. T.R. Sanders says:

    All of them, none of them, the entirety and absence of all possibility, contained but never restrained within the question and its mark!

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    1. karenwilson says:

      good answer πŸ™‚


  6. Lorraine says:

    I am not my body, I am not my mind, I am not my job. I am the awareness off all that.

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    1. karenwilson says:

      exactly πŸ™‚


  7. johncoyote says:

    The poem asked a hard question. Are we what we want to be? I tell people. Pleasure and work must be separated. You are what you think, feel and need. I believe few people are living a perfect life. We must seek perfection in the things we love to do.

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  8. dearestrosie says:

    All of it. The trick is not letting one part become stronger than the rest.

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