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Egolessness

Questioning our belief in a separate, independent self helps form the foundation of the Buddha’s teaching. Egolessness is a definition of the Buddhist path as a whole. Chogyam Trungpa calls ego “a brilliant work of art, a product of the intellect that says ‘Let’s give all this a name. Let’s call it ‘I’.’ ” In probably the first psychological philosophy, an extensive teaching called Abidharma describes the heaps of tendencies and delusions (skandhas) that go into forming this illusion of self which we make into such a “big deal”. Without this basic realization, spiritual practices and study become spiritual materialism, increase, and solidify our delusion. For example, how easy to completely misunderstand the idea of reincarnation if a belief in and independent self. Ego—personal, national, religious, family, sports, cultural, and subcultural—is the ground of suffering and true spiritual paths begin and progress with a dissolving of this big-deal-ego illusion. This understanding permeates the Tao Te Ching, Zen, and the mystical fringes of Judaism, Hinduism, Christianity, and Islam.

“When you develop awareness, there is no one who is aware. It is like a movie screen without an audience, a television in an empty room. The clarity of awareness is like dynamite that takes down the walls of ego.”—Chögyam Trungpa

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Quotes (100)

“This Self is never born, nor does It die. It did not spring from anything, nor did anything spring from It. This Ancient One is unborn, eternal, everlasting. It is not slain even though the body is slain.”

Vyasa व्यास c. 3000 BCE via Upanishads
Hindu immortals, Vishnu avatar, 5th incarnation of Brahma
from Mahābhārata महाभारतम्

“Let me keep surrendering my self until I am utterly transparent... Unnamable God, my essence, my origin, my life-blood, my home.”

King David 1000 – 920 BCE
"The baffled king composing Hallelujah!"
from Book of Psalms

“Returning to the root brings a peace that recognizes no difference between self and other.”

Lao Tzu 老子 604 BCE - via Shan Dao, chapter #16
(Lǎozǐ)
from Tao Te Ching 道德经 Dàodéjīng

Themes: Peace Egolessness

“Believing in a separate self creates great suffering. How can there be suffering without a self?”

Lao Tzu 老子 604 BCE - via Shan Dao, chapter #13
(Lǎozǐ)
from Tao Te Ching 道德经 Dàodéjīng

Themes: Egolessness

“When a person does not dwell in self, things will of themselves reveal their forms.”

Yin Xi 關尹子 536 – 596 BCE via Watson, 1968
Lao Tzu’s first disciple and Taoist patriarch

Themes: Egolessness

“He who experiences the unity of life sees his own Self in all beings, and all beings in his own Self, and looks on everything with an impartial eye.”

Buddha गौतम बुद्ध 563 – 483 BCE
(Siddhartha Shakyamuni Gautama)
Awakened Truth

13. Honor and Disgrace

“Cease to cherish any arbitrary conceptions as to your own self, the selfhood of others, of living beings, of a Universal Self.”

Buddha गौतम बुद्ध 563 – 483 BCE via Jack Kerouac
(Siddhartha Shakyamuni Gautama)
Awakened Truth
from Diamond Sutra

Themes: Egolessness

“No self is true self and the greatest man is nobody.”

Chuang Tzu 莊周 369 – 286 BCE
(Zhuangzi)

13. Honor and Disgrace

“People usually look at things from their personal point of view and therefore miss the truth.”

Chuang Tzu 莊周 369 – 286 BCE via Lin Yutang, Shan Dao
(Zhuangzi)

from Zhuangzi

Themes: Egolessness Truth

“The perfect man ignores self; the divine man ignores action; the true Sage ignores reputation.”

Lie Yukou 列圄寇/列禦寇/列子 4th C. BCE
(Liè Yǔkòu, Liezi)
from Liezi "True Classic of Simplicity and Perfect Emptiness”

Themes: Egolessness

“Nothing arises in the body in order that we may use it, but what arises brings forth its own use”

Lucretius 99 – 55 BCE via Will Durant
(Titus Carus)
from De Rerum Natura (On the Nature of Things)

Themes: Egolessness

“Those who find their life shall lose it: those who lose their life for my sake shall find it.”

Jesus 3 BCE – 30 CE via Saint Matthew, Shan Dao
from New Testament Διαθήκη

Themes: Egolessness

“Perfect peace lies in freedom from characteristic distinctions… free from the idea of a personality, free from the idea of a being, and free from the idea of a separated individuality.”

Nagarjuna नागर्जुन c. 150-250 CE

Themes: Egolessness

61. Lying Low

“It is called, ‘consummation of incomparable enlightenment.’ attained by freedom from separate personal selfhood and by cultivating all kinds of goodness… though there is no goodness; such is merely a name.”

Nagarjuna नागर्जुन c. 150-250 CE

54. Planting Well

“It is ignorance that causes us to identify ourselves with the body, the ego, the sense”

Plotinus 204 – 249 CE via Aldous Huxley

“The birds have vanished into the sky and now the last cloud drains away. We sit together the mountain and me, until only the mountain remains.”

Li Bai 李白 701 – 762 CE
(Li Bo)

Themes: Egolessness

13. Honor and Disgrace

“When a monk asked Joshu, ‘Does a dog have Buddha-nature?’ he replied, ‘Bu.’ (不 ‘no thing’ in Chinese)”

Joshu, Zhàozhōu Cōngshěn 趙州從諗 778 – 897 CE via Shan Dao

27. No Trace

“Forgetfulness of self is remembrance of God.”

Abu Yazid al-Bisṭāmī بایزید بسطامی‎‎ 804 – 874 CE

“When right and wrong, other and self exist in their midst, love and hate will arise and attach each other. When love and hate arise and attack each other, warfare will flourish.”

Wang Zhen 809 – 859 CE via Ralph D. Sawyer
from Daodejing Lunbing Yaoyishu, The Tao of War

2. The Wordless Teachings

“The mundane power of gods is delusory for they still retain the notion of self.”

Kukkuripa ཀུ་ཀྐུ་རི་པ། 915 CE –
("The Dog Lover")
Mahasiddha #34

Themes: Power Egolessness

“I shall kill the fleeing deer of this and that, On the mountain of the body believing in an I.”

Tilopa 988 – 1069 CE

Themes: Egolessness

5. Christmas Trees

“No self is the Way. Success. Failure. I don’t see how they differ.”

Lu Huiqing 1031 – 1111 CE

23. Nothing and Not

“And strange to tell, among that Earthen Lot
Who is the Potter, pray, and who the Pot?”

Omar Khayyám 1048 – 1131 CE
Persian Astronomer-Poet, prophet of the here and now

from Rubaiyat

Themes: Egolessness

“As long as there is an ego, there are demons. When there is no more ego, there are no more demons either!”

Machig Labdrön མ་གཅིག་ལབ་སྒྲོན། 1055 – 1149 CE

Themes: Egolessness

“If the thought that he is effaced from self occurs to one with a realization of fans ['no-mind'], that is a defect. The highest state is to be effaced from effacement.”

Al-Ghazali أبو حامد محمد بن محمد الطوسي الغزالي 1058 – 1111 CE
(Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali)
Philosopher of Sufism

Themes: Egolessness

“All of a man’s happiness is in his being the master of his ego, while all his suffering is in his ego being his master.”

Al-Ghazali أبو حامد محمد بن محمد الطوسي الغزالي 1058 – 1111 CE
(Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali)
Philosopher of Sufism

“Without an ego, what is the same or different even mean?”

Hóngzhì Zhēngjué 宏智正覺 1091 – 1157 CE
(Shōgaku)
from Book of Equanimity

Themes: Egolessness

“After awakening, continuity is the function of self dropped away.”

Hóngzhì Zhēngjué 宏智正覺 1091 – 1157 CE
(Shōgaku)

14. Finding and Following the Formless Form

“When you see through this one instant, you see through the one who sees.”

Mumon Ekai 無門慧開 1183 – 1260 CE via Stephen Mitchell
(Wumen Huikai)

Themes: Egolessness

“Only by accepting that the ego is a fabricated illusion do we walk the Buddha's Way.”

Dōgen Zenji 道元禅師 1200 – 1253 CE

Themes: Egolessness

“Be melting snow. Wash yourself of yourself.”

Rumi مولانا جلال‌الدین محمد بلخی 1207 – 1283 CE
(Rumi Mawlānā Jalāl ad-Dīn Muḥammad Balkhī)
from Masnavi مثنوي معنوي‎‎) "Rhyming Couplets of Profound Spiritual Meaning”

Themes: Egolessness

23. Nothing and Not

“Whether it's sugar or poison, how sweet is selflessness!
You grab a hat, hou have no head. How sweet is selflessness!”

Rumi مولانا جلال‌الدین محمد بلخی 1207 – 1283 CE via Helminski and Rezwani
(Rumi Mawlānā Jalāl ad-Dīn Muḥammad Balkhī)
from Love's Ripening

Themes: Egolessness

Set out on the path to peace by being alert and mindful to the misery of chasing after the fame, fortune, pleasure, and power goals of a belief in a separate self. Quickly conquer this fictitious being and enjoy the feast of life's true meaning.”

Longchenpa ཀློང་ཆེན་རབ་འབྱམས་པ། 1308 – 1364 CE via Herbert V. Guenther, Shan Dao
(Longchen Rabjampa, Drimé Özer)
from Kindly Bent to Ease Us, Trilogy of Finding Comfort and Ease ངལ་གསོ་སྐོར་གསུམ་

“I am a hole in a flute that the Christ’s breath moves through… I am the concert from the mouth of every Creature”

Hafiz خواجه شمس‌‌الدین محمد حافظ شیرازی 1315 – 1394 CE via Daniel Ladinsky
(Hafez, Shams-ud-Dīn Muḥammad)
Inspiring friend to the true and free human spirit

Themes: Egolessness

“When affection for the I-creature and what it owns is dead, then the work of the Teacher is over.”

Kabīr कबीर 1399 – 1448 CE

Themes: Egolessness

13. Honor and Disgrace

“We are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little life is rounded with a sleep.”

William Shakespeare 1564 – 1616 CE
from The Tempest

Themes: Dream Egolessness

“Avoid the faults of your nation… There is not a nation among even the most civilized that has not some fault peculiar to itself…It is a triumph to correct in oneself such failings… There are also family failings as well as faults of position, of office, or of age.”

Balthasar Gracian 1601 – 1658 CE via Joseph Jacobs
from Art of Worldly Wisdom

5. Christmas Trees

“Do not listen to yourself […] the attention you pay to yourself you probably owe to others.”

Balthasar Gracian 1601 – 1658 CE via Joseph Jacobs, chapter #141
from Art of Worldly Wisdom

Themes: Egolessness

“Nothing less than a divine operation can empty us of the self.”

Madame Guyon Jeanne-Marie Bouvier de la Motte-Guyon 1648 – 1717 CE via Thomas Taylor Allen
from Autobiography of Madame Guyon

Themes: Egolessness

“He that falls in love with himself, will have no rivals.”

Benjamin Franklin 1706 – 1790 CE
from Poor Richard's Almanack

Themes: Egolessness Love

67. Three Treasures

“looking upon others and oneself as the same there will be no discordant action.”

Liu Yiming 刘一明 1734 – 1821 CE via Thomas Cleary
(Liu I-ming)
from Taoist I Ching, , Zhouyi chanzhen 周易闡真

Themes: Egolessness

14. Finding and Following the Formless Form

“I was never in truth my own master; I was always governed by circumstance.”

Napoleon Bonaparte 1769 – 1821 CE via Will Durant

“The poetic mind has no self, no character, no identity; it is every thing and nothing, continually filling some other Body: The Sun, the Moon, the Sea and Men and Women”

John Keats 1795 – 1821 CE
Writer of "poems as immortal as English"

“Man is spirit. But what is spirit? Spirit is the self. But what is the self? The self is a relation which relates itself to its own self. The self is not the relation but consists in the fact.”

Søren Kierkegaard 1813 – 1855 CE
"The first existentialist philosopher"

Themes: Egolessness

“If anything is certain, it is that I myself am not a Marxist”

Karl Marx 1818 – 1883 CE

Themes: Egolessness

“How then can this one small heart beat; this one small brain think thoughts; unless God does that beating, does that thinking, does that living, and not I.”

Herman Melville 1819 – 1891 CE
from Moby Dick or The Whale

Themes: God Egolessness

“We have hugely mistaken this matter of Life and Death… my body is but the lees of my better being, it is not me”

Herman Melville 1819 – 1891 CE
from Moby Dick or The Whale

“in landlessness alone resides the highest truth”

Herman Melville 1819 – 1891 CE
from Moby Dick or The Whale

Themes: Egolessness

“I'm nobody! Who are you? Are you nobody too? Then there’s a pair of us — don’t tell! They’d banish us, you know.”

Emily Dickinson 1830 – 1886 CE

Themes: Egolessness

12. This Over That

“All troubles come to an end when the ego dies”

Ramakrishna 1836 – 1886 CE

“Religion is a monumental chapter in the history of human egotism.”

William James 1842 – 1910 CE
"Father of American psychology”
from The Varieties of Religious Experience, 1902

Themes: Egolessness

“Hearing that there was a yogini, many gathered in crowds to stare at me. I examined myself and realized that I am just a follower of the great teachers who has received their blessings.”

Jetsun Rinpoche, Shugsep ལོ་ཆེན་ཆོས་ཉིད་བཟང་མོ། 1852 – 1953 CE

Themes: Egolessness

“The ‘I’ has fallen to pieces after struggling for three centuries against the great objective institutions and dissolving them with its subjectivism and rejecting in them any law that was sacred and binding on itself.”

Vasily Vasilievich Rozanov Васи́лий Васи́льевич Рóзанов 1856 – 1919 CE

Themes: Egolessness

“The self is not something ready-made, but something in continuous formation through choice of action.”

John Dewey 1859 – 1952 CE
The "Second Confucius"

“Man has no individual 'i'. But there are, instead, hundreds and thousands of separate small 'i's, very often entirely unknown to one another, never coming into contact, or, on the contrary, hostile to each other, mutually exclusive and incompatible. Each minute, each moment, man is saying or thinking, 'i'. And each time his 'i' is different. Just now it was a thought, now it is a desire, now a sensation, now another thought, and so on, endlessly. Man is a plurality. Man's name is legion.”

G. I. Gurdjieff 1866 – 1949 CE

13. Honor and Disgrace

“Guard against idols—yes, guard against all idols, of which surely the greatest is oneself.”

Alexandra David-Néel 1868 – 1969 CE

Themes: Egolessness

“Angels can fly because they take themselves lightly.”

G. K. Chesterton 1874 – 1936 CE

Themes: Egolessness

67. Three Treasures

“'I live' becomes the objective 'it lives me'… In the Pauline Christ-symbol ('No longer do I live, but Christ liveth in me.') the deepest religious experience of the West and East meet.”

Carl Jung 1875 – 1961 CE via Introduction to Secret of the Golden Flower
Insightful shamanistic scientist

14. Finding and Following the Formless Form

“First of all, what man must know is that he is not one; he is many. He has not one permanent and unchangeable ‘I’ or Ego. He is always different. One moment he is one, another moment he is another, the third moment he is a third, and so on, almost without end.”

Ouspensky Пётр Демья́нович Успе́нский 1878 – 1947 CE
(Pyotr Demianovich Ouspenskii)

“At one moment when I say 'I', one part of me is speaking,and at another moment when I say 'I', it is quite another 'I' speaking.”

Ouspensky Пётр Демья́нович Успе́нский 1878 – 1947 CE
(Pyotr Demianovich Ouspenskii)

Themes: Egolessness

“The true value of a human being is determined by the measure and the sense in which he has attained liberation from the self.”

Albert Einstein 1879 – 1955 CE
from My World Picture, 1934

Themes: Egolessness

“Does a man who is acting on the stage in a female part forget that he is a man? Similarly, we too must play our parts on the stage of life, but we must not identify ourselves with those parts.”

Ramana Maharshi 1879 – 1950 CE
from Be As You Are

“When a person no longer confuses a personal body with self and recognizes all people as members of their own body, neither failure or success can bother them and they become safe to guide and guard others.”

Witter Bynner 1881 – 1968 CE via Shan Dao
(Emanuel Morgan)

13. Honor and Disgrace

“Beauty is eternity gazing at itself in a mirror. But you are eternity and you are the mirror.”

Kahlil Gibran 1883 – 1931 CE

54. Planting Well

“I became almost reconciled to mortality, knowing that my spirit would survive me enshrined in a fairer mold ... my little worth somehow preserved in the heritage of men.”

Will Durant 1885 – 1981 CE
Philosophy apostle and popularizer of history's lessons
from Transition

Themes: Egolessness

“It is only when we have renounced our preoccupation with ‘I,’ ‘me,’ ‘mine,’ that we can truly possess the world in which we live… And not only is everything ours; it is also everybody else's.”

Aldous Huxley 1894 – 1963 CE
from Perennial Philosophy

Themes: Egolessness

“In later Buddhist philosophy… language is a main source of the sense of separateness and the blasphemous idea of individual self-sufficiency… the infatuating delusion of ‘I,’ ‘me,’ ‘mine.’”

Aldous Huxley 1894 – 1963 CE
from Perennial Philosophy

“I am not a category. I am not a thing — a noun. I seem to be a verb, an evolutionary process – an integral function of the universe.”

Buckminster Fuller 1895 – 1983 CE

13. Honor and Disgrace

“There is no connection between I myself yesterday and I myself in this moment; there is no connection whatsoever.”

Shunryu Suzuki Roshi 1904 – 1971 CE via Trudy Dixon
from Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind

Themes: Egolessness Time

“If we are aware that what we do or what we create is really the gift of the 'big I,' we will not create problems for ourselves or for others.”

Shunryu Suzuki Roshi 1904 – 1971 CE via Trudy Dixon
from Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind

Themes: Egolessness

“the idea of self is an imaginary, false belief which has no corresponding reality… It is the source of all the troubles in the world from personal conflicts to wars between nations… to this false view can be traced all the evil in the world.”

Walpola Rahula Thero 1907 – 1997 CE
“Supreme Master of Buddhist Scriptures”

from What the Buddha Taught, 1959

“Mentally fabricating self and others, we generate attachment and aversion.”

Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche དིལ་མགོ་མཁྱེན་བརྩེ། 1910 – 1991 CE via Matthieu Ricard
"Mind" incarnation of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo
from Journey to Enlightenment

Themes: Egolessness

“'I' is just a thought.”

Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche དིལ་མགོ་མཁྱེན་བརྩེ། 1910 – 1991 CE
"Mind" incarnation of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo

Themes: Egolessness

“Mind in its natural state is radiantly void. The sense of a permanent ego dims this inner light.”

Freda Bedi, Sister Palmo 1911 – 1977 CE

“We all have our own personality, unique and distinctive; and at the same time, this distinctive personality blends with the wind, with the footsteps in the street, with the noises around the corner, and with the silence of memory”

Octavio Paz 1914 – 1998 CE
Persuasive poet and convincing social commentator

“ego is the role, the 'act' [and when] it is understood that the ego is a social fiction, life ceases to be problematic”

Alan Watts 1915 – 1973 CE
from Psychotherapy East and West

“The ego is in every sense a story… To identify with the ego is to confuse the organism with its history, to make its guiding principle a narrowly selected and incomplete record… and therefore liberation from the ego is synonymous with the full acceptance of death.”

Alan Watts 1915 – 1973 CE
from Psychotherapy East and West

Themes: Egolessness

“We become compassionate not from altruism which denies the self for the sake of the other, but from the insight that sees and feels one is the other.”

Huston Smith 1919 – 2016 CE

“True self is non-self, the awareness that the self is made only of non-self elements. There's no separation between self and other, and everything is interconnected.”

Thích Nhất Hạnh tʰǐk ɲɜ̌t hɐ̂ʔɲ 1926 CE –

“When self-concern is quiet… heaven and earth are open.”

Toni Packer 1927 – 2013 CE
A Zen teacher minus the 'Zen' and minus the 'teacher.’

Themes: Egolessness

3. Weak Wishes, Strong Bones

“The ego-climber is like an instrument that’s out of adjustment… What he’s looking for, what he wants, is all around him, but he doesn’t want that because it *is* all around him… he imagines his goal to be external and distant.”

Robert M. Pirsig 1928 – 2017 CE
from Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

Themes: Egolessness

“You can only be kind or cruel if you have, and cherish, a self… Altruism is the other side of egoism.”

Ursula Le Guin 1929 – 2018 CE

5. Christmas Trees

“My life is a dot lost among thousands of other dots.

Yayoi Kusama 草間 彌生 1929 CE –

Themes: Egolessness

“and then there was the vast openness of open space and that vast openness was I , myself”

Gesshin Myoko Roshi 1931 – 1999 CE
Moon heart miraculous light

12. This Over That

“In the West these days, though they have good intentions, parents’ main advice to children is 'You must be strong. You must have self-esteem. You must not lose your hold on yourself. You must stand on your own feet. Don’t depend on others.' —but what is self? Modern people are afraid of losing their own ordinary egos. What else do they have to lose but that?”

Thinley Norbu གདུང་སྲས་ཕྲིན་ལས་ནོར་བུ 1931 – 2011 CE
(Kyabjé Dungse)

Do not be a magician - be magic!

Leonard Cohen 1934 – 2016 CE
from Beautiful Losers

Themes: Egolessness

“Go out into the world; walk slow and silent, comprehending all, and by and by your soul, the Universe, will know Itself: the Eternal I.”

Jane Goodall 1934 CE –

“It's not that I'm afraid to die, I just don't want to be there when it happens.”

Woody Allen 1935 CE –

Themes: Egolessness

“The foundation of the Buddha's teachings lies in compassion, and the reason for practicing the teachings is to wipe out the persistence of ego, the number-one enemy of compassion.”

Dalai Lama XIV Tenzin Gyatso 1935 CE –

69. No Enemy

“All (Buddhist) teachings are basically related with a way of subjugating our ego, shedding our ego.”

Chögyam Trungpa 1939 – 1987 CE
from The Collected Works of Chogyam Trungpa

3. Weak Wishes, Strong Bones

“Spiritual practice is stepping out of the duality of me-ness and my-ness as opposed to otherness, of who is me and who is not me.”

Chögyam Trungpa 1939 – 1987 CE
from Illusion's Game

33. Know Yourself

“We cannot find the beginning of the tantric thread unless we come to the conclusion that we do not exit.”

Chögyam Trungpa 1939 – 1987 CE
from Journey Without Goal

Themes: Egolessness

22. Heaven's Door

“vajra ignorance... sweeps away all thoughts of possessiveness and self like a pile of dust.”

Chögyam Trungpa 1939 – 1987 CE via Nalanda Translation Committee
from Sadhana of Mahamudra

“the result of anything aimed at enriching the ego is destruction, complete confusion, perpetual confusion.”

Chögyam Trungpa 1939 – 1987 CE
from Illusion's Game

11. Appreciating Emptiness
7. Lose Yourself, Gain Your Soul

“What makes me me, what makes you you? It’s just a different point of view, a state of mind I’m going through…”

Cat Stevens 1948 CE –
(Steven Demetre Georgiou, Yusuf Islam)

Themes: Egolessness

13. Honor and Disgrace

“each person exists as an individual, but the self, or personal identity, is not an independent ego that is somehow in control of body and mind. Rather… a matrix of dependently related events in a state of flux.”

B. Alan Wallace 1950 CE –
(Bruce Alan Wallace)
from Contemplative Science

“Buddhist thought and modern psychology converge on this point: in human life as it’s ordinarily lived, there is no one self, no conscious CEO, that runs the show; rather, there seem to be a series of selves that take turns”

Robert Wright 1957 CE –
from Why Buddhism is True

Themes: Egolessness

“Clinging to the fallacy of the self is a ridiculous act of ignorance that… permeates everything we do, see, and experience… our whole existence is based on very flimsy premises.”

Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche རྫོང་གསར་ འཇམ་དབྱངས་ མཁྱེན་བརྩེ་ རིན་པོ་ཆེ། 1961 CE –
(Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche)
"Activity" incarnation of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo
from What Makes You Not a Buddhist

Themes: Egolessness

12. This Over That

“Melting our attachment to self is the most powerful medication.”

Dzigar Kongtrül Rinpoche ཛི་གར་ཀོང་སྤྲུལ། 1964 CE –

13. Honor and Disgrace

“Relationships chisel the final shape of one’s being. I am me, and you.”

N. K. Jemisin 1972 CE –
from Broken Earth

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