If who I am is what I have and what I have is nothing, then what am I?
You have achieved Nirvana. Most people spend their whole lives trying to achieve what you now have...not to be possessed by their possessions. Congratulations. Enjoy.
The thing is you have many things. It may be a sense of humour, courage, stamina, love, insight.. the list goes on. Just because you are short on material possessions does not mean you have nothing.
Character makes a person, not possessions. You can coat a turd with sugar but it's still a turd.
too many assumptions by far. If people were what they have then their Id could be stolen by theives. Robbed by the averous and forcibly shattered by the violent. It would be a shame if that were the case.
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