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Best Answer phoenixelliot says
Based on what I understand, what Buddha meant was that there is no "I", and our concept of "I" arises from our ego.
Sid Kemp says
Thank you for your generosity of time and thought to answer this question. It leaves me much to contemplate.
You're very welcome, LucyLiu! Contemplation opens the door to wisdom; loving action transforms the world.
Is the quote you used at the beginning of your answer yours? I like it. It is very clever. I really enjoyed your remarks on inter-being. I believe it was Thich Nhat Hanh who said "Because you are alive, everything is possible."
Yes, Phoenix, I was quoting myself. and yes, you've got the quote from Thich Nhat Hanh correct. Many thanks!
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